Date: 14th April 2019 at 3:55pm
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Neil Lennon’s Celtic are through to the Scottish Cup final after a convincing semi-final victory over Aberdeen at Hampden on Sunday.

The 3-0 win means the Hoops will now meet Hearts in May for the chance to win a ‘treble treble’ of domestic trophies.

An achievement of that magnitude would further solidify this Celtic side’s place in club history.

Goals from James Forrest, Odsonne Edouard and Tom Rogic provided the win, delighting supporters in the ground and watching on via television.

However, the fixture was marred by a horror high challenge on Ryan Christie by Dons defender Dominic Ball in the first half.

Fans were left fuming by the force and recklessness of Ball’s jump into Christie, with the Celtic midfielder requiring a stretcher after apparently losing consciousness on the pitch.

Ball was shown a second yellow card for the incident, but many felt it was deserving of a straight red, with some feeling the player could have done more to prevent colliding with Christie.

These supporters took to Twitter to share their thoughts…

What did you make of Dominic Ball’s sending off at Hampden? Have your say in the comments below…

 

4 Replies to “‘Absolutely shocking’ – Celtic fans fuming with one man at Hampden after glorious cup win”

  • The manager ,assistant manager2dangerous red cards from young players and I don’t remember how many yellow
    A dirty steam I doubt it but a dangerous disgusting Management Team
    McInnes is a disgrace

  • Dirty bastard Ball knew exactly what he was doing. Should be banned for the rest of the season and fined by his club. Don’t hold your breath.

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