Brendan Rodgers has hit out at the racist abuse aimed at Scott Sinclair at Hampden.
Social media shared a video clip of an Aberdeen fan abusing the Celtic player during the penalty incident at the Betfred Cup Final.
So far the SFA, SPFL, Aberdeen and PFA Scotland have refused to comment on the incident.
???? BR: “There is no place for racial abuse. It can’t be tolerated. We play in great, intense atmospheres but it’s not something we want to see. Scott Sinclair deals admirably with it.” #CELKIL
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) December 7, 2018
Incredibly Show Racism the Red Card Scotland made reference to an alleged incident aimed at Sinclair.
The Celtic winger has regularly been a target for racists since he made a £3m move from Aston Villa in August 2016.
At Ibrox in April 2017 television cameras showed fans making racist gestures at Sinclair after he scored from a penalty, earlier this year he was racially abused at Glasgow Airport following another Celtic victory at Ibrox.
Last night Sinclair took to twitter to condemn the action of the Aberdeen supporter with other Celtic players sharing their support for their team-mate.