Haven’t scored from a corner since! Celtic fans react to club’s Sutton tweet

Loads of Celtic fans have been reacting to a club tweet about Chris Sutton, which appears to have highlighted a major flaw that has plagued the Bhoys for over a decade.

As the season draws to a close, the anniversaries of some of Celtic’s finest moments come thick and fast.

Wednesday marked 16 years since Henrik Larsson scored in a 1-1 draw against Boavista in the UEFA Cup semi-final – the Swede of course scored again in the second leg to take the Bhoys through to the final.

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And 24 hours later, the club tweeted out another iconic moment, reminiscing about Sutton’s thumping header in the 2005 Scottish Cup semi-final.

Sutton struck in the third minute against Hearts before Craig Bellamy bagged in the second half to win 2-1, and the Hoops beat Dundee in the final courtesy of Alan Thompson’s goal.

Fans have all noticed the same thing from the clip of Sutton though – they actually scored from a corner.

Set pieces are a huge source of goals for most sides but the Bhoys struggle to bag from them, and loads of fans have been sharing the same complaint.

Have a look at the Twitter reactions down below, where fans are convinced their set pieces have been useless for 14 years…

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