Former Celtic defender Mark Wilson has poked fun at Rangers captain James Tavernier for the "extraordinary" amount of penalties he receives.

The Englishman took two spot-kicks during the 2-0 victory over Livingston, missing one and scoring the other.

It is the second time over the last few weeks he has able to do that after the same outcome occurred against Hearts at Ibrox.

And Wilson could no resist making a joke at Rangers' expense.

Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "Well of course you need that [character] and it is never easy.

"I mean he gets a lot of them to practice of course which is quite extraordinary. But look, James Tavernier 50 plus penalties for Rangers and it is a great asset to have."

READ MORE: 'He was very, very good' - Rodgers raves about Celtic star turn Palma

Meanwhile, Kyogo Furuhashi has revealed that he "doesn't remember anything" about his collision with Aberdeen defender Slobodan Rubezic.

The forward received treatment on the pitch and was substituted just after half time.

Rubezic received a yellow card for the challenge and now Kyogo has revealed he has no memory of the incident.

Writing on Instagram, he said: "I don't know how long I was there, but I don't remember anything about my friends worrying about me afterwards, about walking off the pitch on my own. I don't remember anything.

"At the hospital, I was told that everything was fine and I felt that the football gods had protected me. I will never forget my gratitude and will do my best for the future."