Just In Alistair Johnston, a Celtic defender, discloses that a foul left eleven stars.

CELTIC immediately thereafter Following a VAR assessment, Alistair Johnston disclosed that he had eleven stud marks on his leg from John Lundstram’s foul on him at Parkhead on Saturday. He also supported Willie Collum’s decision to send the Rangers midfielder out with a red card.

 

When Collum removed the Ibrox player’s yellow card and ordered him off, Sky Sports pundit Kenny Miller lost it. Collum had seen a video of the reckless challenge on the pitchside monitor in additional time at the end of the first half.

 

Sky Sports analyst Kenny Miller lost it when Collum took off the Ibrox player’s yellow card and told him to go. At the end of the first half, during extra time, Collum had watched a video of the rash challenge on the pitchside monitor.

 

Kenny Miller, a Sky Sports analyst, lost it when Collum removed the Ibrox player’s yellow card and instructed him to go. Collum had watched a video of the rash challenge on the pitchside monitor during extra time at the end of the first half.

 

“Because it was the ankle I had done before, I was worried at the time,” he admitted. “I had to have surgery after that one, which almost put a stop to my season last year.

 

So I was a little concerned. Fortunately, though, they tested it and found that structurally it was sound. It was simply somewhat bruised and swollen, which had an impact on my confidence in it and its range of motion for the remainder of the game. The most crucial aspect was that it was sound structurally.

 

“That’s something that defenders have to deal with, particularly when facing a side that will play off second balls and be direct.

 

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