Odsonne Edouard scored from the penalty spot after 29 minutes for Celtic in their Scottish Cup Final against Heart of Midlothian.
The Bhoys had led through Ryan Christie, who finished clinically from distance. Edouard then doubled that lead with a confidently taken penalty, as he chipped the ball down the middle of the goal.
The goal was Edouard’s tenth of the season in all competitions, and he’ll be hoping he can add to that tally as this year’s campaign progresses.
But it wasn’t the penalty that caught the eye on the day, as Hearts goalkeeper Craig Gordon reacted angrily to the chipped effort from Edouard, as he threw the ball back in the direction of the Celtic forward.
Gordon spent six years with Celtic and made 242 appearances in total for the Bhoys, before leaving the club in June 2020.
Plenty of Celtic supporters noticed Gordon’s angry reaction to conceding their second goal on the day, and took to social media to react to the footage.
Take a look at the best of the reaction from Twitter below…
Very fitting for Craig Gordon to miss the entire Celtic team with his throw https://t.co/vWnqyy2Arq
— Ryan (@rynfrsr) December 20, 2020
Gordon raging ??
— ? Celtic1967.com ? (@Celtic1967_com) December 20, 2020
But like his normal distribution it doesn’t go anywhere near the intended target … tee hee hee.
— Brent Quigley (@BrentQuigley1) December 20, 2020
I feel sorry for Gordon but what he did was unforgivable throwing ball at eddy
— Celtic_bhoy_1888 (@1888_Celticbhoy) December 20, 2020
Craig Gordon was actually complaining to the ref that Eddy just humiliated him ?
— The Celtic End Podcast (@TheCelticEndPod) December 20, 2020
Gordon fuming there ??
— The Celtic Way (@TheCelticWay3) December 20, 2020
Craig Gordon was never a Celtic man
— beans (@fatboybeans) December 20, 2020
dunno what Craig Gordon has the hump about? why didn't he just stand there like he did for the last year of his celtic contract.
— Chris Broadley ? (@Broadbhoy) December 20, 2020
Judging by these comments, it seems that the Celtic fans were all too keen to ridicule their former ‘keeper after he fell for Edouard’s audacious penalty kick.