CHRIS Sutton revealed he ended up in a bar full of Rangers fans after the Old Firm in Glasgow.

The ex-Celtic striker and Sky Sports pundit was commentating at Sunday's derby game at Ibrox which finished 3-3. 

Following the match, Sutton headed to a hotel bar in Glasgow to watch the Manchester United v Liverpool game which kicked off later that day. 

But he admitted to his fellow pundits on BBC's Monday Night Club that he "couldn't watch it" after he ended up surrounded by Rangers fans.

He said: "I'll tell you the story about why I couldn't watch it.

"I couldn't watch it because after Rangers v Celtic I went to a hotel just around the corner from Ibrox and there were hundreds of Rangers fans in this bar and I just had to get out.

"They were putting scarves on my shoulders and things like that and I thought 'sod this, I need to get out of here!'

"I normally go to this hotel, have a coffee, watch the football on the lovely big screens.

"Unfortunately, there were about 600 Rangers fans.

"I started to feel uncomfortable!

"Some of them were nice enough but I thought I was going to get lynched when I went to the toilet."

Mark Chapman replied: "So you saw it was full of Rangers fans and you thought 'd'you know what, I'll give it a go anyhow? I'm sure everything will be fine?'"

The Hoops hero said in response: "I did think that and then quickly thought this probably isn't a good idea. So I left."