Neil Lennon recreates aeroplane celebration in Edinburgh pub

Neil Lennon recreates aeroplane celebration in Edinburgh pub

The match, in the final round of Scottish Premiership fixtures this season, ended in a 5-5 draw between the two sides.

In Edinburgh, Hibernians and Rangers drew 5-5 with Hibs manager Neil Lennon sent off for his celebrations of a late equaliser, ensuring the Dons' third place.

The game drastically turned over the course of the next 40 minutes with the away side scoring five goals unanswered to leave Lennon's dreams of European qualification in tatters.

Easter Road was in a ferment as the contest moved into six minutes of stoppage time, midway through which Jamie Maclaren completed his hat-trick to amazingly make it 5-5.

There was no happier man than Lennon who stormed onto the field in celebration which resulted in him being sent to the stands as the final whistle had not yet sounded.

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He said: "It was bonkers, absolutely bonkers".

As we told you last week, Lennon has hinted at the possibility of quitting Hibs and heading for pastures new, but love him or loathe him, there's no question Scottish football would be a duller place without him. Back in June 2017, The Express reported that Celtic were planning to sign the midfielder from Hibernian in the summer of 2017, while a report in ChronicleLive in February 2018 stated that the performances of the Hibs star this season have caught the eye of the Glasgow giants. "I just want to play at the highest level I possibly can".

'I felt we could have won the game, and they could say the same as neither team bothered to defend today!

"We sent them out to win 6-0".

Once a Bhoy, always a Bhoy!