A Celtic supporting Scottish actor joked he was "happy the pubs were shut" after his team lost in the Old Firm match. 

Greenock-born Martin Compston called Saturday's game "p*** poor viewing" after Rangers won 2-0.

The actor said the team could have "played better than that" despite the lack of Eduoard, Forrest and Christie. 

The Line of Duty star took to Twitter after the match and wrote: "Well that was piss poor viewing could’ve been more, no complaints.

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"No doubt with eddy, Forrest, Christie and Julien available we’re a different team but a big enough squad to play better than that, far too flat from the off.

"First time in ma puff happy the pubs are shut."