Rangers midfielder Todd Cantwell appears to have deleted an Instagram post of himself celebrating his goal at Tynecastle last weekend.

After Hearts' Lawrence Shankland had put the hosts ahead on 33 minutes, Ross McCausland restored parity on the scoreboard after 52.

Cantwell fired Rangers ahead in the 69th minute, before Fabia Silva appeared to put the game out of sight 10 minutes later.

Two late goals by way of Dexter Lembikisa and Kyosuke Tagawa, however, made it 3-3 on the day – a draw that resigned Philippe Clement's side to finishing eight points behind rivals and title-winners, Celtic.

As shared by Scottish Football FC on Twitter (X), Cantwell appeared to post an image of himself celebrating at Tynecastle with his finger over his mouth to his Instagram story.

The coinciding caption read "shushburger please" alongside a laughing emoji.

Fans on both sides of the Old Firm divide have predictably filled the original post's replies, while also sharing their views on the now-deleted post via their own reposts.

A number of Rangers fans have questioned the player's grasp of tone and timing, given the fact rivals Celtic have just won the league – and that the sides now play each other at Hampden this weekend in the Scottish Cup Final 2024.

Among the more savoury replies to Scottish Football FC's post includes one Twitter (X) user who said: "Good grief. Someone needs to advise TC quickly."

Another said: "Somebody tell me that’s fake".