Celtic fans expressed their anger with Shay Logan on social media after the defender was red carded against the hoops.
There was barely an upset Celtic player or supporter after the 1-0 defeat from Derek McInnes’ side but for reasons best known to himself Logan decided to stir things up.
During the match there were no real flash points but at the final whistle the former Brentford ace decided to act as if he had just been part of a treble winning side that had clinched the Scottish Cup with a last minute winner.
Shay Logan just a got a red card for celebrating finishing second at the home of the team that finished above them, what a weird, weird guy
— Connor Twigg (@_Connortwigg) May 13, 2018
Surely that thug Shay Logan will get a hefty ban for attempting to punch an opponent! Absolute thug!
— Dom McBride (@mcbride_dom) May 13, 2018
Surely we’re all numb to Shay Logan’s infantile behaviour. He’ll enjoy another trophyless season while Lustig enjoys all three.
— Greg Feeney (@12Feeney) May 13, 2018
So Celtic did a Hibs, Rangers did a Hibs, Hibs did a Hibs & Shay Logan is still a wee fanny ????
— Grahame Gillespie (@mrgeelz) May 13, 2018
Hahaha shay Logan acts like he was motm but in reality booted it out of play every time he was on the ball hahaha wee freak man
— Fraser Riach-Shaw (@fraserrshaw) May 13, 2018
The epitome of a scum bag.
— T (@pureisheragain) May 13, 2018
Celtic fans don’t boo Shay Logan cause of the Tonev thing we boo him cause he’s an absolute arse piece
— Aidan Murray (@aidanmurrayyy) May 13, 2018
Logan started to sarcastically clap the Celtic supporters before Mikael Lustig suggested that he would be better off celebrating with his own fans.
In next to no time Logan had clashed with Lustig, Kris Ajer and Dedryck Boyata before being red carded by Craig Thomson and led off the park by Police Scotland.
Logan has had a long running feud with Celtic since he accused Alexsandar Tonev of making racist comments in 2014.
Earlier this season he threw the ball off the back of Leigh Griffiths’ head before blasting the ball at Scott Brown from close range after team mate Sam Cosgrove had attempted to maim the Celtic skipper.