Who John Lundstram blamed for Celtic own goal as mystery over THAT point from Rangers star solved

It was a nightmare afternoon for John Lundstram at Celtic Park - but the Rangers star wasn't taking all the blame for his own goal.

The Ibrox midfielder would be given his marching orders by referee Willie Collum for a heavy challenge on Celtic defender Alistair Johnston just minutes after sending the ball beyond his Rangers goalkeeper Jack Butland as he attempted to track back. However, after thumping the ball into his own net, many punters were left baffled as the midfielder appeared to point at someone else in an attempt to share the blame for his miscue.

The Scouser was under little pressure from Hoops' players on the edge of the six-yard box when winger Daizen Maeda whipped the ball in from the byline - and the Sky Sports cameras failed to cut back to show who Lundstram was locked in conversation following his howler. But Rangers fans reckon they have now cracked the mystery.

As the ball was played out to Maeda on the left wing, Lundstram was matching the run of Reo Hatate. However, whistler Collum - who was also running to keep up with play - appeared to interrupt the stride of the Rangers man.

Lundstram would eventually leave Hatate on the edge of the box and attempt to close down the danger in the box - before inadvertently slashing the ball out of Butland's reach. One fan pointed out on X following in response to a clip of the flashpoint: "When Hatate took off Lundstram got caught on his heels.

"When trying to get back to Hatate he had to get around Collum. Unbelievably, Collum had also ran past him to keep up with play. If I was him I’d keep that on the lowdown."

Another added: "Apparently the ref got in his way when he finally decided to chase back." One punter chimed in: "He defo pointed at the ref for getting in his way."