Ex-Celtic forward Frank McAvennie has taken to Twitter to question Ronny Deila's team selection against Molde in the Europa League tonight.
The Bhoys recorded 2-2 draws against Ajax and Fenerbahce in their first two games of the Europa League this season, and needed a win in Norway to kickstart their campaign.
However, Celtic were hammered 3-1 in Norway as Ola Kamara, Vegard Forren and Mohamed Elyounoussi found the back of the net for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men, though Kris Commons did find a consolation in the second half.
The defeat tonight gives Celtic an uphill task as they attempt to get out of their group, and the pressure is certainly mounting on manager Deila as a result.
Before the game, former Celtic striker Frank McAvennie posted on Twitter that he felt Deila should have played Mikael Lustig at centre back and Efe Ambrose at right back, with Deila playing them in the opposite positions.
McAvennie also posted during the game that Celtic's set piece defending - a problem which has been Celtic's Achilles heel throughout the season - just wasn't good enough.
Here are McAvennie's tweets about Celtic's 3-1 defeat to Molde tonight, which sum up a tough evening for the Bhoys in Norway...
Set plays and giving the ball away too easily lads, gotta do better.— Frank McAvennie (@MaccaFrank) October 22, 2015