ALLY MCCOIST has hit back at Alan Brazil over his Rangers penalty gripe with a dig at Celtic's goal against Hearts last night.

Kyogo Furuhashi bagged the only goal of the game in the 1-0 win for the home side at Parkhead.

The winner has caused controversy though, with the striker appearing to be offside when the cross came in from the right wing.

Earlier this week, Celtic-daft Brazil couldn't hold back his groans over 'another' Rangers penalty as Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side ran out 1-0 winners at Easter Road.

This morning, Ibrox hero McCoist took the chance to bite back at his radio counterpart, as they discussed the contentious decisions.

Speaking on talkSPORT's Breakfast Show, Brazil slipped in a cheeky pop at McCoist about his commentary gig with Amazon Prime - hinting at the penalty call that went Rangers' way.

He said: "Do they (delivery drivers) charge any penalties if it doesn't work and they need to come back out again?"

McCoist replied: "Right, here we go. I knew it. Nine minutes past six, perfect.

"I've got two things to say to you, I knew you'd be at it so I had a look. Stonewaller. It's a penalty. I'm telling you it's a penalty."

Brazil hit back: "All I said was, another late goal for Rangers, I didn't say it wasn't a penalty."

McCoist then turned the tables on his breakfast show co-host.

He said: "And, by the way, what about your goal last night?

Brazil replied: "I didn't see it."

McCoist: "No? Neither did the stand side linesman as the wee Japanese fella was sitting, I don't know, a yard offside?

"I like him and he was lively but he was offside. I accept it, you and the stand side linesman, neither of you saw it."