ANGE POSTECOGLOU has dismissed any drama relating to Celtic's winner versus Hearts tonight - insisting he is not interested in debating refereeing decisions as they 'don't matter'.

Giorgos Giakoumakis stroked home a wonderful Matt O'Riley delivery with a lovely finish during the first half. 

This added to Reo Hatate's outstanding strike, which thundered past Craig Gordon.

However, there was certainly a hint of offside with Giakoumakis' positioning as the cross came in to the box - but the flag stayed down.

Into the second half, and Hearts managed to battle back into the match to make it a nervy ending for their visitors. 

Again though, their goal appeared to be controversial - with Liam Boyce appearing to be slightly offside before slotting home underneath Joe Hart.

The Aussie was speaking to Sky Sports after the match. 

Reporter Luke Shanley asked the Hoops boss what his thoughts were on the contentious calls during the match, with Boyce's goal used as an example.

And Postecoglou was very witty in his response. 

Seemingly fed up with discussing refereeing calls, he replied: "Mate, I dunno. They love talking about decisions here, don't they? 

"I like analysing the game of football. 

"'Their's is offside', 'ours is offside' - mate, it doesn't matter. 

"All I see is that we've played really well, created a lot of opportunities and Craig Gordon had a few saves to make. 

"We should've finished it off earlier."