Scott Brown has reflected on that challenge from Graeme Shinnie in typically Broony fashion.
The skipper has been involved in some nasty looking challenges as players have tried to get near him in midfield and the one from Shinnie was no different.
The skipper, though, has got a different view – as per Celtic Bible – and it’s not without his own witty take:
Scott Brown: “Was it a bad tackle? No, it was a Graeme Shinnie tackle. It sums him up really.”
“My pace obviously done him in his prime and I got past him.”
“He has not got great quality but he does the best he possibly can” pic.twitter.com/FxI6tnMWkg
— CelticBible (@CelticBible) May 16, 2018
Another classic line from the captain, so let’s take a look at how our fans reacted to that:
— Paul Hargreaves (@HarryBhoy81) May 16, 2018
Brilliant broony brilliant HH
— Gary John Young (@Youngy461971) May 16, 2018
That’s him telt!
— Jamie Donnelly (@jamiedonnelly83) May 16, 2018
There’s a big difference from setting out with intention to put a bad tackle on someone is there not? Some of the tackles on Brown this season have been nothing short of disgraceful
— Marty D (@martydev1888) May 16, 2018
— Joshua Harper (@Josh_Harper1999) May 17, 2018
— Wolfe Of Parkhead (@ParkheadWolfe) May 16, 2018
Great response from broony. Shinnies comments were a bit naff.
— 7again (@jimmymc5430) May 16, 2018
— Caolán Colton (@Caolan1987) May 16, 2018
I think Broony has done Shinnie up a treat here.
We’ve seen Scott on the end of some awful challenges this season but he’s rolled with them and usually come out with something special to say afterwards.
This is certainly one of those cases, too, so Shinnie might want to go have a word with himself.
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