Some Celtic fans want Leigh Griffiths sold after Brendan Rodgers spat, but others disagree

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers gestures to the crowd

The Celtic striker did not take too kindly to Rodgers' decision to take him off, prompting speculation from some about his future at Parkhead.

Celtic's Leigh Griffiths celebrates scoring their third goalCeltic striker Leigh Griffiths

Leigh Griffiths' spat with Brendan Rodgers dominates Friday's headlines, despite Celtic's 5-0 win at Partick Thistle leaving the Bhoys one game away from an unbeaten league season.

Griffiths' evening had started well after he scored Celtic's 100th goal of their Premiership campaign from the penalty spot. He then turned provider for their 101st, which was finished by Tom Rogic.

But things soon took a turn when Rodgers culled his only available striker in the 63rd minute, with next week's Scottish Cup final perhaps at the forefront of his mind.

Griffiths did not take too kindly to the Celtic manager's decision, and appeared to mouth a few choice words as he headed towards the Bhoys' bench.

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers gestures to the crowdCeltic manager Brendan Rodgers

The 26-year-old's actions sent Celtic Twitter into a frenzy, with many fans either urging their club to get rid of last season's top scorer, or fearing that would be the outcome.

Others, however, saw the situation - which appears to have been put to bed after the pair [quite literally] kissed and made up afterwards - somewhat differently.

Which side of the fence are you on?

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