Celtic legend John Hartson has refused to gloat, after Glasgow Rangers were beaten in the Scottish Cup final by Hibernian, however he has expressed his love for Anthony Stokes.
Stokes is on loan at Hibs from Celtic, and he was a constant menace throughout the match.
The Bhoys loanee opened the scoring with a fine individual goal, and he then managed to get a brace after netting a header from a corner.
Stokes was crucial as Hibs collected a 3-2 win over Rangers, and Hartson reacted on Twitter during and after the contest.
Must not gloat !— John Hartson (@JohnHartson10) May 21, 2016
Hibs' match against Rangers was a great advert for Scottish football, with both sides showing their attacking quality.
Hibs raced into a lead, but they were pegged back by the Ibrox side when goals from Kenny Miller and Andrew Halliday gave Rangers the advantage.
At that stage it seemed that Mark Warburton’s men would go on to win the contest, but Hibs showed their fighting spirit.
Stokes scored to level things up, before a late David Gray header ended Hibs' 114 year wait for a trophy.