Celtic supporters made their feelings clear as a toxic atmosphere brewed at Parkhead during this afternoon's 2-0 defeat to Hearts.

Fans inside the stadium directed chants at the club board as well as individual chants directed at non-executive chairman Peter Lawwell.

As the match wore on, discontent grew amongst the home support as chants of 'Sack the board' and 'Lawwell get to f***' could be heard within the stadium. 

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Lawrence Shankland had opened the scoring for Hearts after 15 minutes with a header before Stephen Kingsley doubled Hearts' lead with a direct free-kick.

The flat atmosphere turned into anger in the second half with chants breaking out around the stadium as the match drew to a close.

With 15 minutes left to play security within the main stand at Parkhead moved into the vicinity of the director's box as tempers flared with abuse coming from supporters.

Two supporters then verbally clashed nearby the director's box and appear to posture for a fight but no physical confrontation took place.

It's understood the fans involved were then taken away by stewards and asked to leave the ground.