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Chris Sutton baits Rangers legend Ally McCoist with penalty jibe but Ibrox hero fires straight back

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Celtic hero Chris Sutton and Rangers legend Ally McCoist enjoyed a laugh over the latter unintentionally running out of superlatives for the Hoops despite his Gers ties in the preview for the upcoming Champions League ties.

Celtic have garnered one point from their opening two clashes in their first group stage outing for five years; the Hoops will be considering themselves unlucky for not taking the lead against Real Madrid in the first half on gameweek one and will undoubtedly be kicking themselves for failing to take advantage of pure dominance away at Shakhtar Donetsk the week after.

Rangers, meanwhile, directed a horror show at the hands of Ajax in their first return to Europe's top table since their plummet to League Two before somewhat challenging Napoli prior to a 3-0 loss in Govan.

With McCoist and Sutton previewing on BT Sport ahead of the clashes against RB Leipzig and European giants Liverpool, Sutton caught McCoist unawares by calling him out over his praise for Celtic - before the Scottish legend hit back by putting the former Blackburn striker in his place with a hilarious quip. “It’s a tremendous game, make no mistake about it.

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