Celtic beat East Kilbride 2-0 today in the Scottish Cup - but Bhoys legend Frank McAvennie was far from impressed.
The Bhoys came into the match under huge pressure, after back-to-back defeats at the hands of Ross County and Aberdeen.
Manager Ronny Deila desperately needed a victory, and couldn't afford to endure a major cup upset against non-league opposition East Kilbride.
Fortunately for the Norwegian, his side passed the test, with goals from Leigh Griffiths and new signing Colin Kazim-Richards handing Celtic a 2-0 win and a passage into the next round of the competition.
Still though, some aren't impressed. Celtic legend Frank McAvennie took to Twitter after the final whistle, and gave a stinging verdict on the performance.
McAvennie admitted that it was nice to go through, but stated that only winning 2-0 against semi-pro opposition was 'awful', before praising the non-league side for their performance.
It's nice to go thru but 2-0 against @officialEKFC is awful, congrats to the part timers who didn't look out of place— Frank McAvennie (@MaccaFrank) February 7, 2016
Ultimately, Deila needed a win in any fashion, and whilst it wasn't Celtic's most convincing win ever, it at least gives him something to build on after a tough week in the Celtic Park hot seat.
What did you think of Celtic's performance against East Kilbride?