His Killie side were on the brink of a hard-fought point as the two teams went into the final stages of Sunday’s game locked at 0-0.
But a last-gasp Scott Brown gave Celtic all three points – sparking wild celebrations from the travelling supporters.
Since the game though, there’s been more talk about the behaviour of the Hoops support.
Kris Boyd being hit on the arm with a coin was caught on camera during the game, while Kilmarnock have since publicly criticised those fans that wrecked seats during the visit to Rugby Park.
Now Clarke has spoken to the media today and all of the above was brought up:
Clarke was speaking to the press ahead of Kilmarnock’s Scottish Cup replay with Rangers at Ibrox tomorrow night.
The teams drew the first game 0-0 at Rugby Park, forcing the replay tomorrow night.
And although it’s bound to be another entertaining game involving the Ayrshire side, it won’t be shown live on TV due to a blackout.