The Rangers supporting striker was in no mood to sympathise with Celtic last night, after Neil Lennon's side's Champions League exit.
Rangers supporting Oliver McBurnie has joined in with the ridiculing of Celtic, after their exit from the Champions League last night.
Celtic were beaten 4-3 by Cluj at Parkhead yesterday, as Neil Lennon’s side crashed to a devastating defeat.
Celtic looked shockingly poor at the back, as they failed to get past their Romanian opponents.
And McBurnie, who signed for Sheffield United for £17 million this summer (Yorkshire Evening Post), could not resist poking fun at Celtic.
It is not the first time that McBurnie has mocked Celtic on Twitter, as he has made no secret of his Rangers allegiances.
The Bhoys have had to take on board plenty of ridicule after last night’s embarrassing and unexpected defeat.
Lennon has also fallen under increased pressure, as some of his decisions during the contest looked very questionable.
Celtic will now have to make do with a place in the Europa League, which is a major disappointment to the Parkhead crowd, who were desperate for Champions League football to return.
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