Ross County players reportedly collided with some of the Celtic squad following their defeat at Parkhead yesterday (Daily Record).

Staggies forward Brian Graham and Hoops man Nir Biton seemed to be at the centre of things following County’s 6-0 defeat in Glasgow.

Graham wasn’t happy as Celtic v Ross County came to a close. (Photo by Jeff Holmes/Getty Images)

The report claims that there was a dispute between the two players before referee Don Robertson was forced to break the pair up.

Reasons unknown for Ross County and Celtic men colliding

It is unknown why the pair kicked off shortly after the full-time whistle. Emotions contrasting in nature were clearly running high following the match.


County will have been hurting after a second half dismantlement seen them concede five goals after what was a promising first half.

Graham’s situation was defused. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

They were only 1-0 down at the break, but Celtic came out and blew them away in emphatic fashion after the restart.

It was a pretty quite 90 minutes in terms of controversial incidents, but Graham and Biton made sure the game had at least one bust-up.

The pair made their respective ways down the tunnel without much of a fuss after the hostile situation was defused.

Highland side County will be disappointed after this result. They remain in a good position in the league though, sitting sixth, and should take positives from their battling first half display.

Co-manager Stuart Kettlewell will be disappointed with how things turned out. (Photo by VI Images via Getty Images)

Ultimately though the second 45 cost them and they’ll look to bounce back against Hibs next week.

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