Celtic hero Chris Sutton moved quickly to aim a sly dig at Rangers following their 3-2 defeat against Ross County. 

The Highland side came from behind as they produced a scintillating second half performance to shock title-chasing Rangers

Light Blues boss Philippe Clement had branded last weekend's 3-3 draw versus Celtic "a moral victory", with substitute Rabbi Matondo snatching an injury time equaliser to earn a point after being 2-0 down at one stage

Rangers left Dingwall pointless in their subsequent fixture, and Sutton left no time in bringing up Clement's remarks - citing they couldn't even muster "a moral victory".

Ross County had never beaten the Glasgow giants from 24 previous attempts until an extraordinary win today.

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Writing on social media platform, X, the former Hoops striker said: "Not even a moral victory today…well played Ross County".