Former Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers man Vladimir Weiss has taken great pleasure from Celtic’s latest defeat.

Former Glasgow Rangers man Vladimir Weiss appears to have taken pleasure in Celtic’s defeat against Hearts earlier today.

Celtic’s 69 match unbeaten run came to a shock end at Tynecastle, with Brendan Rodgers’ side miles off the pace.

Hearts ran out 4-0 winners in the contest, and ex-Rangers man Weiss did not take long to express his delight at the Bhoys’ demise.

Celtic have actually looked off their best in recent weeks, but the heavy nature of their defeat to Hearts came as a huge surprise.

Craig Levein’s side took the lead early on through Harry Cochrane, and they added a second from Kyle Lafferty in the first-half.

Celtic’s fortunes did not change after the break either, as a brace from Manuel Milinkovic condemned them to their first domestic defeat since Rodgers took charge at the start of last season.

Celtic’s lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership table has now been cut to just two points, with Aberdeen breathing down their necks.

The Bhoys are next in a action against Partick Thistle in midweek, when they will have to show their powers of recovery for the first time.

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