Rangers TV commentator Tom Miller was spotted at Celtic Park last night.

Not to worry Hoops fans, the announcer isn’t pulling a Marcelo Bielsa on his rivals.

The famous voice was commentating on the Glasgow Cup final between Glasgow’s big two.


The Bhoys came out on top thanks to a last minute goal to win the match 3-2.

Tom Miller shares comical social media snap

Miller has grown famous with Celtic fans, especially on social media for his outbursts on his club’s TV channel.

Tom Miller helped coin the phrase ‘What’s the goalie doing, Tom?’ after Dembele’s equaliser at Ibrox. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

He takes it in good humour and doesn’t shy away from a laugh with rival fans on social media.

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Last night, Miller shared a snap of himself in the press room at Parkhead before the derby youth fixture.

Miller tagged the snap ‘Behind enemy lines’ with red, white and blue spots beside a winking smile emoji.

Before the kick-off, Miller posted another picture on Twitter taking a hit at the high commentary position at Celtic Park.

Perhaps Tom needs to realise he is at a much larger stadium at a far bigger club.

Nevertheless, Tom and co-commentator Brian Gilmour watched the young Celts overcome Rangers.

Jack Aitchison scored opener for Celtic. (Photo by Vagelis Georgariou/Action Plus via Getty Images)

He was gracious in defeat, saying: “What a terrific Cup Final. Congratulations to winners Celtic but my goodness it was mightily close.”

Celtic topple Rangers in Glasgow Cup final

The Hoops were on easy street for the first half as they took a two goal lead into the break.

Jack Aitchison opened the scoring after 19 minutes and Mikey Johnston netted the second through a free kick on 38 minutes.

The second half seemed to pass both teams by until two fantastic strikes on the 77th and 86th minute by Glenn Middleton.

Defender Robbie Deas netted rare goal for Celtic. (Photo by Lukasz Sobala/PressFocus/MB Media/Getty Images)

However, when it looked like penalties were on the cards the Hoops stepped up on the 95th minute to score the winner through Robbie Deas.

A mix up at the back allowed the centre-back a volley at goal which dipped into the far corner.

The Hoops avenged last week’s Youth Cup defeat against Rangers at Hampden.

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