CELTIC have slammed the "repeated targeting" of their players after Matt O'Riley was allegedly attacked at Ibrox.

The club claimed the 23-year-old midfielder had a glass bottle thrown at him during the Rangers v Celtic clash on Sunday.

Following the incident, the team hit out at the "repeated targeting" of their players and staff with "missiles".

They also said it was "quite appalling and completely unacceptable".

The club said the matter has since been raised with Police Scotland and Rangers.

During the clash at Rangers' home stadium, the clubs drew 3-3 with goals from Daizen Maeda, Matt O'Riley, Adam Idah, James Tavernier, Abdallah Sima and Rabbi Matondo.

A Celtic spokesperson said: "It has been confirmed today that a glass bottle was thrown at Matt O'Riley at yesterday’s match.

"The repeated targeting of our players and staff with missiles is quite appalling and completely unacceptable.

"We have already raised our serious concerns with Rangers and understand that police are investigating the matter."

Rangers have confirmed they are assisting Police with their investigations into the alleged incident.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "We are aware of an object being thrown onto the pitch at Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow during the Rangers v Celtic match on Sunday, April 7, 2024.

"There were no injuries.

"Enquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances."