Video: Kris Commons Went Absolutely Nuts After Being Brought Off Against Molde

Video: Kris Commons Went Absolutely Nuts After Being Brought Off Against Molde

Celtic midfielder Kris Commons couldn’t contain his frustration after being substituted during tonight’s Europa League clash with Molde.

The Hoops were down 3-1 to the Norwegian champions thanks to two early goals from Vergard Forren and Ola Kamara, when Ronny Deila decided to hook Commons and replace him with striker Nadir Ciftci.

However, the former Scotland international was far from pleased with his manager’s decision and vented his anger after marching off the pitch:


Commons had given the Hoops a brief lifeline in the 55th minute as he scored a well-placed effort past Molde goalkeeper Ethan Horvath.

However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side rampaged up the other end just 60 seconds later and scored the crucial third goal which killed off any chance of a Celtic comeback.

With Fenerbahce recording a 1-0 victory against Ajax in the other match from Group A, the Scottish champions will fall to third place with two points on the board out of three games.


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