Kris Boyd refused to be drawn as Chris Sutton teased the Rangers hero after Celtic’s big victory at Ibrox today.

Kyogo Furuhashi’s late first-half strike gave Brendan Rodgers’ side a crucial 1-0 Premiership win over their rivals to heap pressure on Gers boss Michael Beale.

Sutton was delighted with the victory for his former side on enemy territory and he took aim at Rangers and Beale after the full-time whistle.

He then posed the question how long does Beale have left at Rangers to club legend Boyd who was in the Sky Sports studio.

Sutton said: “In the final third, Rangers’ recruitment comes under scrutiny. They haven’t clicked, they haven’t connected and that is a big problem for Michael Beale.

“I’m glad Kris has touched on the defeat in midweek to PSV. Over two legs they were found wanting and now he Beale won’t need me to tell him this, he will have heard the boos at the end.

“A stadium full of boos, a lot of angry bears in here, he is under pressure. I’ll throw this back to Kris, how long do you give him?”

Boyd then responded: “What is pressure? I told you after the first game of the season you are under pressure.”

Sutton then chipped in again: “How many games? If he comes back after the break and things don’t go well in the month after the break, what happens?”

Boyd added: “The pressure is already there. Rangers’ objective was to get to the Champions League, they failed.

“You then look at today, the first Old Firm game of the season at Ibrox, you have to go and win it or at least not get beat.

“It is very difficult if you lose the home Old Firm games to win the league. Statistics tell us that.

“You now have two difficult games at Celtic Park where it is difficult to get points.

“You heard the boos when the fans were leaving the stadium. There was a lot of people unhappy.

“Michael Beale has been backed by the club and I don’t see signs of improvement.”