Smirking Kenny Miller clamps Celtic fan on air as Rangers hero swerves troll job after THAT red card call

Grinning Kenny Miller resisted a troll attempt from a Celtic fan over his controversial defence of Rangers midfielder John Lundstram's red card on derby day last weekend.

Miller has been criticised for his hot take over Lundstram's lunge on Alistair Johnston while on commentary for Rangers' defeat at Celtic Park. The vast majority of viewers and pundits agreed the right decision had been reached in Glasgow's east end after referee Willie Collum was sent to review the incident at the pitch-side monitor by the VAR team – with the man in the middle upgrading the yellow card he originally issued to a red.

Even Rangers' boss Philippe Clement conceded it was poor judgement from the midfielder – but Miller wasn't having any of it. The Ibrox hero claimed that Lundstram should only have been booked for the challenge in a heated debate on Sky Sports – before later lamenting the involvement of VAR on the day in his Record Sport column.

Clyde 1 Superscoreboard caller James attempted to callback to the debate over the flashpoint stating: "Kenny, you will maybe not remember - it was just when you had signed for Rangers a second time - it was in the Alea Casino. Do you remember?"

Miller seemed prepared for the pot shot coming his way as he smiled. He responded: "I have only been in there a couple of times. So maybe, aye."

James had his one liner ready to go. He went on: "All I would say is that your roulette performance is every bit as bad as your punditry." Miller clapped back: "Well, it must have been very good then. Was it?"