John McGinn 'was having a go' at Celtic stars as Scotland tumbled out of Euro 2024

John McGinn had a pop at Celtic's Callum McGregor and Anthony Ralston during Scotland's nightmare defeat to Hungary this week.

The Scots tumbled out of Euro 2024 after losing in the TENTH minute of stoppage time despite knowing it was a must-win game. Head coach Steve Clarke's tactics have since been criticised by pundits and supporters alike but it was not just off the pitch where the frustrations had boiled over.

Scotland hero James McFadden noticed the Aston Villa captain losing his rag over decisions to go long or pass the ball backwards as opposed to keeping the midfield involved and attempting to create.

Speaking on BBC commentary duties, Faddy pointed out that McGinn had become annoyed with some decision-making from his teammates and he let them know.

“John McGinn was having a go at Callum McGregor and Anthony Ralston,” said McFadden. “When it comes into McGregor, he is on to play that forward pass and Callum McGregor normally does.

“Then when it comes to Ralston, the pass is still on and he goes for the big diagonal. McGinn is the one when the ball comes into him, he is stuck and it looks like he can create something.”