Scotland international Kenny McLean has had a cheeky pop at Celtic following their draw with Hibs on Monday night.

The Hoops went ahead through a stunning David Turnbull free-kick before Easter Road striker Kevin Nisbett levelled things up in the dying stages.

The match was overshadowed by Celtic's weakened team after 13 players were forced to self-isolate due to Christopher Jullien testing positive for Covid-19.

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Following the match John McGinn posted on Instagram to praise former teammate and Hibs legend Lewis Stevenson for making his 500th appearance in all competitions for Jack Ross’ side.

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Former Rangers youth McLean, who has been linked with the Ibrox side in recent months, then commented claiming it was two points dropped for Hibs on Monday evening.

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His comment has racked up over 370 likes on McGinn's post.

McLean played a crucial role in Scotland's recent qualification for Euro 2020, scoring the winning penalty against Israel in the play-off semi-finals and also converting from 12 yards for our fifth and final penalty against Serbia in the final.