CELTIC boss Ange Postecoglou was keen to shut down any talk about Celtic's winner against Hearts last night.

Kyogo Furuhashi's first half strike decided the Premiership clash, with the Hoops running out 1-0 winners.

The striker appeared to be marginally offside when the cross came into the box from the right wing. 

Hearts boss Robbie Neilson was furious about the call from Bobby Madden and the rest of his officials to allow the goal to stand.

But Postecoglou would not entertain the notion that Kyogo's goal could have been chopped off.

Sky Sports asked the Aussie about Neilson's protests. He responded: "It's a goal, mate. I mean I... it's a weekly...I'll let it go, mate.

"I'll let our performances speak for themselves.

"If people think that the referee decided this game, well, that is their analysis."

He continued in the interview: "I thought we started the game really well. We dominated where the game was played.

"I thought we were resilient and I don't think Joe (Hart) had any outstanding saves to make during the game.

"We lost some players with disrupted it but, yeah, we're happy with the win.

"You are always in a game when it's one. We defended well, and didn't really get opened up too much."