Celtic were beaten 2-1 by Aberdeen in Scottish Premiership action last night.
Celtic fans have called Gary Mackay-Steven’s performance for their side against Aberdeen last night ‘embarrassing’.
The Bhoys were beaten 2-1 at Pittodrie yesterday evening, and few of their players impressed.
Ronny Deila’s side struggled throughout the fixture, with their defensive play weak and their attacking sloppy.
Hardly anyone wearing a white and green shirt came out of the fixture with any credit, but Mackay-Steven has taken the most criticism.
The winger failed to create chances throughout the match, and his passing lacked accuracy.
Mackay-Steven went into the game having scored three goals in his last two outings, but he still looked low on confidence.
And Celtic fans have not offered him any sympathy - after slating his display on social media. Here is the best reaction from Bhoys fans on Twitter.
How GMS keeps Scott Allan out of this Celtic side only Ronny knows.— Bon Scott (@BonScott_1) February 3, 2016
This is GMS worst ever performance in a Celtic jersey. He should be embarrassed to lift his pay this week— Graeme Fullerton (@dodgyfoo) February 3, 2016
Yet again Gms, worst player on the pitch for Celtic, yet still keeps getting games #ronnyout— chris lynn (@ChrisLynn37) February 3, 2016
Armstrong & GMS are never Celtic players— Matthew Feeney (@matty_feeney) February 3, 2016
since GMS has joined celtic hes been petrified to try one of his skills man, not done much wrong just altered his game— Liam McDonald (@LiamMcDonaldCfc) February 3, 2016
Tonight showed how far Gary Mackay-Steven has regressed. Given so much room all night yet did nothing. Waste of a shirt for Celtic.— Andrew Southwick (@A_Southwick) February 4, 2016
#Deila has to go. He can take Armstrong and Mackay-Steven with him— Daniel Gabriel (@dgp_glasgow) February 3, 2016
Gary Mackay-Steven played 90 mins. Gary Mackay-Steven played 90 mins.— Paul Murray (@RealPaulMurray) February 3, 2016
The very fact Mackay Steven stayed on for 90mins shows Ronny is clueless— Pat McInally (@packiemc11) February 3, 2016
Celtic’s defeat has ramped up the pressure on Ronny Deila, as they are now only three points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
The Bhoys’ next fixture comes against East Kilbride, and only a win in that match will be acceptable.