Aberdeen chief Dave Cormack has blasted Sky Sports for their 'humiliating' promo which aired before yesterday's clash between the Dons and Celtic - which showed 22 Hoops goals against their opponents and ZERO Aberdeen strikes.

Cormack was furious at the 'one-sided' coverage in Celtic's favour and claimed the broadcasters failed in their duty to promote Scottish football as a whole, instead pandering to their Glasgow audience.

The minute-long clip also showed Neil Lennon and his players celebrating and Celts winning the league at Pittodrie while showing absolutely no attacking footie from the hosts at all, merely a dejected Derek McInnes when another Celtic goal went in.

Cormack tweeted: "Really disappointed at Sky. To spend all week creating a one-sided promo that tries to humiliate any club goes against Sky’s commitment to help promote & grow the SPFL. Thanks for the motivation & for showing our 3 goals today! BTW team name is spelt ABERDEEN! Apology on its way?"

Dons and Celtic played out a 3-3 draw with Lewis Ferguson bagging two penalties and Ryan Hedges netting for the home side.

Callum McGregor, Leigh Griffiths and Ryan Christie scored for the visitors on a dramatic afternoon of football.