John Lundstram Celtic own goal blame game revealed as Rangers sleuths think they've figured it out

John Lundstram pointed accusingly at an unknown party after scoring an own goal against Celtic over the weekend - and Rangers fans reckon they've figured it out.

The Ibrox midfielder had a nightmare against their rivals as he nudged the ball into his own net before being sent off for a reckless challenge on Alistair Johnston after Cyriel Dessers had pulled a goal back. The game would finish 2-1 to Celts who went six points clear at the top of the table with just two games to go.

Lundstram was clearly unhappy after his error but it was obvious the player blamed someone for their part in the game-changing moment as he pointed at someone that the Sky Sports cameras were unable to pick up.

And now Gers fans have suggested it was referee Willie Collum who was in Lundstram's eyeline after "getting in his way" as he looked to rush back and defend the Celtic attack.

One fan took to social media to speculate: "When Hatate took off Lundstram got caught on his heels. When trying to get back to Hatate he had to get around Collum. Unbelievably, Collum had also ran past him to keep up with play. If I was him I’d keep that on the lowdown."

Another added: "Apparently the ref got in his way when he finally decided to chase back." One said: "He defo pointed at the ref for getting in his way."