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RYAN KENT ought to have landed himself in hot water after pointing imaginary gun to his head

RYAN KENT may want to have landed himself in warm water after performing to factor an imaginary gun at his head and Celtic followers when scoring in Sunday’s Old Firm.

During the lunchtime derby, winger Kent expertly completed off a quick go to give Rangers the lead at Celtic Park Kent’s finish was clever however his party should show to be some thing but Fans have been left thinking why he wasn’t booked. 

When wheeling away in celebration, Kent regarded to make gun gestures with his hands.

And he may also now face an Scottish FA cost if found responsible of any misconduct.

The incident left some fans angered and others definitely baffled at what the Gers ace was intending.

Twitter person Scott asked: “What the f*** used to be Kent’s aim get together all about. Very strange aiming an imaginary gun to your own head as nicely as the crowd.”

Jo added: “Kent goal well taken, celebration used to be mind-boggling.”

One Celtic fan posted online: “Wit was once Kent’s get together about made a gesture to factor a gun at his head while pointing at Celtic fans. Am confused man.”

Dee pondered: “I’d love to know how Ryan Kent does no longer get a yellow card for a gun to the head, gun to the away supporters intention celebration? When the most card pleased referee in Scotland is in the middle!”

And Aidan wrote: “Some intention by way of Kent, no longer sure what the get together was but regarded like one he’ll probable be in bother over.”

Steven Gerrard‘s men will honestly know all about intention celebrations landing them in trouble after Alfredo Morelos was once exceeded a second booking for a provocative gesture at Motherwell beforehand in the month.

Back in 2016, Andy Halliday was once additionally brushed aside for a get together against Morton as raised a fist and cheered in the direction of opposition supporters.

That selection to award a 2d yellow card left then-manager Mark Warbuton “mystified”.

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