This is the moment that Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart clashed with Hearts fans this afternoon.

The former England No.1 was involved in a heated exchange with a small number of home supporters after Jorge Grant scored to put the Jambos 1-0.

Steven Naismith's side ran out 2-0 winners at Tynecastle to secure all three points in Premiership action. 

It was an action-packed first half that saw Zander Clark save from the spot, as Adam Idah's tame penalty was well-stopped by the Hearts keeper. Moments later, Hoops winger Yang was sent off following a VAR check for a high boot on defender Alex Cochrane. 

With the champions battling on with 10 men, Hearts looked to make their numerical advantage count. 

And as the first half was headed for a stalemate, VAR intervened once again. Tomoki Iwata was penalised for a harsh handball inside the box, as Don Robertson pointed to the spot after checking the incident at the pitchside monitor. 

Grant stepped up to send Hart the wrong way, giving Hearts the lead as Tynecastle erupted. 

And it was seconds after this goal that Hart was caught up in a confrontation with a section of the home faithful, with the moment caught on camera.

In the footage, Hart can be seen chasing the ball in order to retrieve it for his teammates. The ball is clearly thrown twice at the 36-year-old - who will retire at the end of the season - which then saw Hart exchanging words with those in the stands. 

The Premier League winner certainly didn't look like he was going to back down, as he stared out the supporters before being taken away from the area by captain Cameron Carter-Vickers.

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Before the penalty, Hart was caught on camera mouthing the word 's****bag' towards Lawrence Shankland for his failure to step up and take the penalty. 

He could be seen pointing at laughing at the Jambos skipper when he noticed that Grant would take the spot kick duty. 

After the match, quoting our story on social media, Hearts trolled Hart over the incident, sharing a short clip of Shankland in training laughing loudly.

Shankland would go on to score his 27th of the season, with a fine first-time finish in the second half, giving Hart no chance.