Date: 14th December 2017 at 4:26pm
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Hibernian manager Neil Lennon was absolutely seething after his side’s 2-1 defeat by Rangers on Wednesday night – and Gers fans were enjoying seeing the Celtic icon so angry.

Lennon had blasted referee Kevin Clancy for missing David Bates’ hand-ball in the second-half which should have given Hibs a penalty and an opportunity to level the scoreline.

The former Celtic boss also insisted his side had “pumped” the Gers, as quoted by BBC Sportsound, despite coming away from Easter Road empty-handed.

Gers fans found Lennon’s reaction hilarious – with one fan joking that the decision “even themselves out” after Ryan Jack was wrongly red carded against Hibs at Ibrox earlier this season.

Here are some of their comments on Twitter:

The win over Lennon’s side was the first time in four attempts that Rangers have managed to beat Hibs – the previous three games all ended in 3-2 wins for Hibs – and was Rangers fourth win in a row.

It leaves the Gers five points behind league leaders Celtic with a trip to face their Old Firm rivals rapidly approaching.

The two sides meet on December 30th in the final game before the Scottish Premiership takes a three-week winter break with Graeme Murty’s side set to jet off to Florida.

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