Chris Sutton took on one of Scotland’s best known football journalists following the stormy Glasgow derby.
Scott Brown was at the centre of criticism from Graham Spiers after his storming display had left Steven Gerrard’s squad devastated.
When the Ibrox boss gathers his squad together on Wednesday night to face Hearts he will almost certainly be without Alfredo Morelos, Ryan Kent and Andy Halliday.
Maybe you have a point and what Brown did wasn’t for me. However the bigger point is the Rangers players who enjoyed celebrating at Ibrox couldn’t hack a bit of gentle goading and lost the plot. 2 off and Kent should have gone… nothing classy about that at all… https://t.co/MHfOKuhPLq
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) March 31, 2019
At the end of December that trio were back-slapping and high fiving in Brown’s face as they celebrated their first ever Glasgow derby victory- Canadian international captain mocked Brown as he attempted a third rate ‘Broonie’ at the final whistle.
Brown didn’t bat an eyelid, he never retaliated, after all he was a spent force and had been bossed by the new order of Ibrox under the leadership of Steven Gerrard.
Revenge is best served cold, stony cold and yesterday Brown had his day as he edged towards a ninth league champions medal something that the bruised egos at Ibrox should one day aim to emulate.