Whilst we were playing out a 1-0 loss to Aberdeen yesterday afternoon, things were really going on at Easter Road.
Hibernian raced into a 3-0 lead against Rangers before they came back to get 4-3 in front. More goals followed, too, and it wasn’t until the dying minutes that Hibs finished off the action to make it 5-5.
An absolute classic that setback the Gers, which is always nice, whilst our former midfielder and manager Neil Lennon streaked onto the pitch with the final goal going in.
It got him sent off but, well, it appears he doesn’t regret it at all:
"Well they make it personal don't they?, you all hear it.
They are singing sectarian songs at me. It's just a little bit of 'have some of that'. It was worth it. Trust me."
Neil Lennon pic.twitter.com/IHsSABz4ca
— CelticQuote (@CelticQuote) May 13, 2018
Our former midfielder really did have the last laugh yesterday in what was a classic celebration.
He’s obviously keen for Hibernian to do well but, equally, if he can give Rangers some problems at the same time he is more than happy to.
He definitely did yesterday, so well in Neil!
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