Tam McManus has criticised Celtic striker Albian Ajeti on Twitter for his actions after he was substituted against AC Milan.
The former Hibernian and Dundee forward, who now works as a pundit for PLZ Soccer, was not impressed with Ajeti after he was taken off in the 77th minute of the Europa League game against Milan at Celtic Park on Thursday evening.
McManus has criticised the 23-year-old striker, who joined the Hoops from West Ham United in the summer transfer window, for failing to make an impact on the match which Neil Lennon’s side lost 3-1.
How did Albian Ajeti play for Celtic?
Ajeti has done relatively well for Celtic so far this season, but against Italian giants Milan, the Switzerland international could have done better.
The 23-year-old held the ball up well and set up a chance for Tom Rogic, but he could not really threaten the Milan defence and should have done better with his shots.
According to WhoScored, the young striker took two shots which were not on target, played one key pass, had a pass accuracy of 88.9%, won two headers, took 35 touches, and attempted one dribble.
So far this season, Ajeti has scored five goals and provided one assist in 272 minutes of Scottish Premiership football for Celtic, according to WhoScored.