Scott Brown has left fans in hysterics with his sarcastic reaction to Ryan Kent's sending off on Tuesday evening.
The Aberdeen captain was seen laughing and pointing at Kent to leave the field after the Rangers winger was shown a second yellow card for a late challenge.
Brown, 36, spent 14 years at Glasgow rivals Celtic before moving to Pittodrie Stadium last summer and has a history of antagonising Kent.
Back in an Old Firm match in 2019, the Liverpool academy graduate lashed out at Brown, striking his head, after James Forrest struck what would prove to be the winning goal in the 86th-minute.
Missed by the on-field officials, Kent, 25, was retrospectively charged with a two-match ban while his counterpart chose to wildly celebrate in front of the travelling Rangers contingent at the full-time whistle.
Despite leaving Celtic to take the next step in his coaching career, it's clear there's still no love lost between Brown and the blue half of Glasgow.
And his latest clash with Rangers has left football fans in hysterics with social media exploding to joke about his reaction to Kent's dismissal.
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"Rattles players like a king this man," said one fan.
"You can take the Scott Brown from Celtic but you can’t take the Celtic from Scott brown," commented another.
"Great to see the great man is still living rent free in there heads," replied a third.
While one fan joked: "Scott Brown, never stops, got them on strings, as usual."
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