By Danny Wright
Chris Sutton has taken the chance to aim a swipe at Rangers for their embarrassing defeat against Hamilton on Saturday.
BT Sport pundit Sutton was venting about Celtic’s heavy 7-1 battering at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Wednesday night when he was confronted about the gulf in money between the Bhoys and the rest of the competition in the Scottish Premiership.
The former Parkhead striker suggested that Brendan Rodgers’ side shouldn’t have lost as heavily as they did to the French titans, pointing his finger at conceding “weak” goals.
That promoted a Rangers fan to bring up the debate about the financial superiority between Celtic and their domestic opponents, but that only encouraged Sutton to fire shots at the Light Blues’ most recent result.
“What’s the financial gap between Rangers and Hamilton,” Sutton asked in a debate on his personal Twitter account.
What’s the financial gap between Celtic and the rest of scotland again?
— Ryàn???????? (@RyanAli72) November 22, 2017
What’s the financial gap between Rangers and Hamilton Ryan?? https://t.co/POJoQbxPEo
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) November 22, 2017
Celtic capitulated to a heavy loss to Paris Saint-Germain, despite taking a shock early lead through Moussa Dembele in the opening minute when his shot from a corner took a lucky deflection.
Now, the Hoops will no doubt have their sights on to parachuting into the Europa League by finishing third in their Champions League group, and it seems that they may be able to do that by just avoiding defeat against Anderlecht at Celtic Park in their next European outing.
In other Celtic news, a BBC pundit has claimed that this player will quit Parkhead next summer.