Celtic ensured they remain nine points clear at the top of the SPFL Premiership by coming from behind for the second week in a row to beat Hearts 3-1 at Parkhead.

Daizen Maeda - who later went off injured - cancelled out Josh Ginnelly's opening goal before Kyogo Furuhashi put the champions ahead with his 25th goal of the season. Sead Haksabanovic added an impressive third late on.

There was something of a flashpoint in the first 45 when Celtic left-back Alexandro Bernabei clattered into Hearts midfielder Nathanial Atkinson - an incident that infuriated Jambos boss Robbie Neilson.

After the match, Neilson said: "I thought it was a shambles, the whole thing.

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“I’m sure Alan [Muir, referee] will see it tonight and be disappointed by his own decision and secondly that he wasn’t asked to go and look at the VAR screen. Because I think it he goes and sees it, it’s maybe a different decision and a different outcome.

“Usually when you come to Parkhead, you need decapitation before they get a red card against them. It wasn’t to be today. But it was nearly a leg off."

Were these comments comedic, childish or calculated with the second leg of the double-header between the sides in the offing with Saturday's Scottish Cup tie?

Meanwhile, the guys discuss Celtic's performance in general and zone in on individuals such as Kyogo, Haksabanovic, Anthony Ralston and Bernabei.

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