Rangers star Andy Halliday appears to launch foul-mouthed tirade against boss Graeme Murty after being substituted against Celtic

The Glaswegian midfielder, 26, was livid after being hauled-off in the Old Firm derby after just 40 minutes of the Scottish Cup semi-final.

Fans took to Twitter to suggest Halliday's language was somewhat less than appropriate for his own manager.

One fan even claimed Halliday appeared to yell: "Ye f***ing bawbag."

Rangers were trailing 2-0 at the time of being subbed – with Murty appearing to pull Halliday out of the action after struggling on the pitch.

Ross McCrorie was then sent-off early in the second-half for pulling-down Moussa Dembele in the penalty area.

Dembele then stepped up and smashed home the spot kick to put Celtic 3-0 up in the cup semi.

The Hoops went on to win the Scottish Cup last-four showdown 4-0, thanks to a late penalty from Olivier Ntcham.

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However, fans on Twitter were still obsessed with Halliday's incredible reaction to being substituted.

Here's what they had to say on the situation…

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