Frank McAvennie highly critical of struggling Celtic duo on Twitter

The former Celtic star was far from impressed with James Forrest and Anthony Stokes during the Bhoys' 1-1 draw at Dundee United.

Former Celtic man Frank McAvennie was far from impressed with James Forrest and Anthony Stokes after the Scottish champions drew 1-1 at Dundee United in their Scottish Cup quarter-final.

The Bhoys were held to the stalemate after going 1-0 down, having Virgil van Dijk sent off and seeing Leigh Griffiths miss a penalty during a chaotic cup tie.

Griffiths made amends by netting Celtic's equaliser - but Ronny Deila's side couldn't ultimately avoid a replay against United, the side they will also face in next Sunday's League Cup final.

And two Celtic stars in particular were the subject of criticism from McAvennie on Twitter: Forrest and Stokes.

Aside from the Celtic duo, McAvennie was also critical of the match official that took charge of the Cup quarter-final.

The referee was widely panned on social media during a controversial clash, while McAvennie - and also former Celtic striker John Hartson - lambasted his decisions on social media.

Celtic's treble dream remains alive - they are six points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership. But fatigue appears as though it may be catching up with the Hoops at just the wrong time. As well as some bad refereeing displays...

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