Celtic defender Jack Hendry has riled England fans, with the defender for Brendan Rodgers' side celebrating their exit.
Celtic defender Jack Hendry has faced a backlash from England fans, after his tweet on their exit from the World Cup.
The Celtic man seemed to revel in England’s defeat to Croatia yesterday, with the youngster saying ‘where’s the coming home tweets @?’
The message was greeted with derision from England supporters, and the Celtic man eventually deleted it.
@Jack_Hendry2 when somebody who’s home nation didn’t even make it out of the qualifying stages tweets this. If you focused on Scotland’s games as much as you did England’s, you might achieve as much as those young lads did in Russia... pic.twitter.com/lY6bRx3fL6— (@zuperspence) July 11, 2018
However, the criticism has kept on coming for Hendry, with the Celtic centre-back very much under-fire on social media.
Fair point, but you’re trash so— Tass (@FaZeTass) July 11, 2018
I feel sad for you that the most exciting part of your football supporting life is an England defeat— James Kenealey (@Kenealey92) July 11, 2018
A sense of pride, you might experience it if you even qualify for the next one.— Luke Pickup (@Lukeey_97) July 11, 2018
Don't know why they'd be laughing, you'll never see Scotland in a semi final in your lifetime.— Luke Pickup (@Lukeey_97) July 11, 2018
You'll never play in a world cup semi final,just let that sink in— Ian Carter (@Carter706Ian) July 11, 2018
Can win a tinpot league and think they;re a big club— Thomas Stirk (@TomStirk1992) July 11, 2018
But you didn't go to the world cup though did you?— (@JoshuaWwfc) July 11, 2018
We are still there. Still have a game on Saturday. And where are you? Not even at the party.— peter stoddart (@stodge_p) July 11, 2018
Hendry did receive a few positive messages from Celtic and Scotland supporters, who were also enjoying England’s demise, but they were lost among the sea of criticism.
The Three Lions got further at this World Cup than they have for 28 years, with most England fans proud of their nation’s achievements.
Hendry, meanwhile, is in training with Celtic ahead of the new campaign.
The young defender will be hoping to play a part for Brendan Rodgers’ side, after making 11 appearances for them following his arrival in January.