This is the moment Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart was sent off for a last man challenge against Livingston.

The experienced stopper clashed with Mohammed Sangare after the Livi midfielder was played in with a ball over the top.

Hart protested the decision, but replays clearly showed that the Englishman was the last man and the right call was given by referee John Beaton.

The decision was checked by VAR after questions were raised over offside on the attacking run by Sangare, but he was in fact onside.

The red card is the first of Hart's career after playing 737 matches for both club and country.

Goalkeeper Hart becomes the third Celtic player to be sent off in two games after Gustaf Lagerbielke and Odin Holm were sent off against Feyenoord in the Champions League.

Speaking earlier this week, Rodgers spoke of his disappointment in Celtic's discipline in the Champions League.

Rodgers felt both red cards should have been avoided. Lagerbielke received a second yellow after catching Igor Paixao in the throat with his arm as he tried to jockey the forward. Holm was shown a straight red card for lunging in to a high tackle.

Rodgers said: โ€œWith Gustaf, there was no drama. The ball was running through to the goalkeeper. I think itโ€™s inexperience, just let the ball run through. I still thought it was a bit harsh but I can maybe see why the referee gave it. But we can avoid that situation for sure.

โ€œThe second one, he is young and committed but at this level you canโ€™t go to ground. When I saw it back, his foot is up. At this level you get punished for that.

โ€œObviously they are bitterly disappointed afterwards, their first experiences of games at this level. They will learn from it.

โ€œGustaf had done well up to that point, two inexperienced centre-backs โ€“ I thought Liam Scales was outstanding and Gustaf had been coping well.โ€