Celtic winger Jota appeared to have objects thrown at him during this afternoon's match against Rangers at Ibrox.

The Portuguese winger alerted referee Steven McLean to objects on the pitch which appeared to come from the stands.

Jota appeared to be struck by an object before stopping to inform the official of the incident as he headed to take a corner in the match.

Ref McLean then handed an object to fourth official Don Robertson after the incident.

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Sky Sports commentator Ian Crocker said: "Sadly there are things being thrown at Jota."

And co-commentator Andy Walker added: "Absolutely ridiculous."

BBC commentator Liam McLeod said of the incident: "Don Robertson is the fourth official.

"Not sure what is happening here. Steven McLean has passed something to Don Robertson. Something has been lobbed onto the pitch."

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