Hibernian manager Neil Lennon prematurely celebrates a disallowed goal at Hearts before being hit by coin thrown from the stands
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VIDEO: Hibernian manager Neil Lennon celebrates disallowed goal at Hearts before being hit by coin

Highs and lows of an Edinburgh derby.


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Hibs boss Neil Lennon goaded the Hearts fans when they had a goal ruled out in stoppage time, and was then flattened by a coin thrown from the stands.

The Edinburgh derby was goalless when Hearts bundled the ball into the net for what looked like being a valuable late winner at Tynecastle Stadium.

It is fair to say it all kicked off in the Edinburgh derby last night…

A last-minute disallowed goal, celebrated by Neil Lennon, caused carnage.

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When the goal was disallowed, former Celtic manager Lennon turned to taunt the home supporters – we see this in the clip before the camera cuts away.

By the time it returns to focus on Lennon, he’s lying prostrate on the ground having been hit by the coin.

Deres bin a moida.

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