Former Liverpool target Todd Cantwell was heavily criticized by fans for his unsportsmanlike attitude towards Celtic’s Reo Hatate during last night’s Old Firm derby.
Rangers midfielder Todd Cantwell has been criticized for ‘Poor sportsmanship’ following an incident involving Celtic ‘s Reo Hatate. During last night’s Old Firm derby, with the two main rivals facing each other at Hampton. Den Park, aiming for a Scottish Cup final, was ultimately overshadowed by Celtic in the semi-finals thanks to first-half goals from Joao Filipe or Jota and TonThis they will face. Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the final in June.
The incident involving Cantwell and Hatate occurred midway through the first half. When the UFABET game was paused to allow Rangers’ Malik Tillman to receive first aid. Of the Rangers physio to see if he could grab a drink. After spotting Cantwell with a bottle of water. As the Celtic midfielder bent down to see what was in the bag Cantwell hurriedly fled the bag. The former Norwich City star was clearly in no mood to share a drink with an opposing player.
Hatate then walked the other way before walking back to his bag and looking at Rangers duo Alfredo Morelos and James Tavernier. for permission to pick up a drink bottle According to The Scottish Sun, Morelos seemed to nod in agreement. Let Hatate pick it up as he pleases. Of course, the video clip made the fans. Many Celtic players on social media have expressed their displeasure with Cantwell.
Fan comments like, “Look, very bad sportsmanship. I feel bad for Reo”, “The worst thing is that Morelos looks so good in this clip lol. But the best part is that Hatate just walks around. “Rangers players always drink out of bottles because they’ve been out of the cup” by Chris Sutton, former footballer and current ball analyst. The movie came out to talk about the event on Twitter that “It was too strong for TC (Todd Cantwell), to be fair to Todd. He had to make sure there was enough water to make his hair look good…”
Cantwell moved from Norwich City to Rangers for an undisclosed fee in January. The former England Under-21 international has been linked with some of the Premier League ‘s biggest clubs over the years, including Liverpool after outstanding performances for the Canaries. But the 25-year-old is now playing in Scotland’s top flight. And will have the opportunity to win many championships, including playing in Europe next season