Todd Cantwell SHOVED by Rangers boss Philippe Clement after referee moans in post Celtic flashpoint

A clip has emerged showing Philippe Clement shoving Todd Cantwell away in an unseen moment from today's Scottish Cup final.

Rangers were on the losing side despite periods of dominance in the second half, Adam Idah breaking their hearts in the last minute to land Celtic a double at the same time. It was an Old Firm derby so it wasn't without his moments of controversy with the Hoops denied a penalty in the first half and Gers seeing an Abdallah Sima goal ruled out.

Clement felt it was a soft foul given against Nico Raskin for a two-handed shove on opposing goalkeeper Joe Hart as James Tavernier's corner came whipping in. And that probably explains why the Belgian was on the pitch remonstrating with referee Nick Walsh and his officiating team at full-time.

But he wasn't the only one. In fact Cantwell, who had earlier been subbed off, had beaten him to it, much to his manager's annoyance.

Clement is seen marching towards the scene where Leon Balogun is already trying to get the Englishman away. The clearly irritated manager steps in, puts two hands on Cantwell and gives him a forceful push out of the road before turning to address the officials.

Celtic fans were lapping it up after an eagle-eyed among them posted the clip online and one replied: "Have a feeling we won't be seeing him play against us again." Another added: "Oh that’s delicious."

Cantwell had already landed himself in hot water when getting himself involved in a bit of bother on his way of the pitch when he was subbed, earning himself a pointless booking.