CELTIC goalkeeper Conor Hazard's Twitter account has been hacked with a number of Rangers posts being shared on his timeline.

The goalie is currently bombed out the first team with Joe Hart, Vasilis Barkas and Scott Bain battling it out for the No1 jersey.

Hazard's account tweeted a picture of Rangers captain James Tavernier with the Scottish Premiership trophy this morning with the caption "morning guys".

Other posts included: "Joe Aribo is the best footballer this planet has ever seen".

Hazard's account appears to have been inactive since 2017 before today's hack.

He recently penned a new deal at Parkhead that will keep him at the club until 2023.

Meanwhile, Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou praised his players’ resilience after revealing further injury problems in his front line.

James Forrest has been ruled out of Wednesday’s cinch Premiership contest with Ross County after going off injured against Motherwell on Saturday and fellow winger Mikey Johnston is a doubt for the Dingwall trip.

Postecoglou was already missing strikers Kyogo Furuhashi, Giorgos Giakoumakis and Albian Ajeti along with winger Jota and attacking midfielder Karamoko Dembele.

Celtic’s relentless schedule is leaving little room for respite and Forrest and Furuhashi are also doubts for Sunday’s Premier Sports Cup final against Hibernian with Ajeti and Jota definitely out and Giakoumakis unlikely to make it.

Postecoglou said: “The guys have been brilliant in terms of not making excuses or looking for excuses.

“Our performances in the last three months have been very, very consistent and, pleasingly, the results have followed as well.”