CELTIC and Rangers fans threw bottles and other objects at each other in “shocking” and “horrible” scenes at the end of Sunday’s match.

About 800 Rangers fans were held in the Parkhead stadium at the end of the 1-1 game.

Supporters from the two sides then started throwing things at each other, in a “flurry” of “bottles, cups and cans”, with police and stewards attempting to contain the disorders, The Scottish Sun reports.

While the incident wasn’t shown live on Sky Sports, Radio Scotland’s host Richard Gordon and pundits Neil McCann and Pat Bonner provided live updates as part of their post-match coverage.

Gordon said: “Watching events off to our right, we can’t see everything.

“But we can clearly see items being tossed both from the Rangers fans at the Celtic fans and from the Celtic fans into [the Rangers] section.

“The stewards were there, the police were there, and the area was well marshalled.

“But something sparked one set of fans. And then you saw a rush from the Celtic fans towards them.

"They can’t get anywhere near them as the stewards are making sure that’s the case.

“And the Rangers fans can’t get out but something happened.”

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McCann said: “A few bottles getting thrown as well, Richard, into the Rangers fans."

Gordon continued: “Certainly a real flurry, bottles, cups and cans, it would appear. The police and stewards are trying to quell that.”

Bonner added: “They’re going from one end to the other. The items are being thrown and then they’re being thrown back. They shouldn’t be allowed near each other anyway.”

Gordon said: “From the main it looks like Coca-Cola cardboard cups with a bit of liquid in them. But there are also one or two other items.

"A group of the Celtic fans are now being pushed back in a line by the police.

“They’ve just about got them far enough away from the triangle of Rangers fans right in the corner of the stadium.

“I don’t think the Celtic fans could have got in there or that the Rangers fans could get out.

“But it did feel like it was getting very close to spilling over.”

McCann added: “That’s absolutely shocking, Richard. The Celtic fans are coming in and bottles are getting heaved over the top of police officers.”

Gordon added: “It’s absolutely horrible in a situation like that when you see anything thrown like that.

"The police and stewards are just trying to do their job but inevitably get caught up in it.

“We’ve seen a lot worse but it’s still horrible to see.”