Moment Celtic star tangles with Hearts ace in Masters Football clash as duo hauled off after incident

MASTERS Football returned to our screens tonight and fans had the chance to see their old heroes back on the pitch.

Legends Celtic, Rangers, Hearts and Hibs are all taking part in the highly anticipated event and it will be a heated affair, pitting old rivals against each other.

Kelvin Wilson and Hearts Ryan Stevenson clashed in the opening game


Kelvin Wilson and Hearts Ryan Stevenson clashed in the opening game
The two players received sin bins following the incident


The two players received sin bins following the incident

The tournament started with the Hoops taking on the Jambos – and it didn’t take long for things to heat up at Braehead Arena.

Former Celtic Defender Kelvin Wilson and Hearts star Ryan Stevenson was both sent off before the end of the game after the two clashed on the pitch, resulting in two penalties.

Stevenson made a quick solo run from his own half into the Celtics box before running out of ideas.

He tried to shield the ball from the Hoops heroes but Wilson struggled with the 39-year-old before pulling the player to the ground while clutching his shirt.

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The two stars then came into conflict when Wilson pinned Stevenson on the ground as the game went to halftime following the incident.

Players from both sides tried to calm the situation as Mark Wilson tried to separate the players to continue play.

Both players were subsequently sent off the pitch and the duel instead continued as a five-on-five game in the final moments.

Celtic started the tournament 2-1 win over Hearts after Kris Commons sealed victory with a brace.

Stevenson also scored but it was not enough for the Tynecastle heroes as they fell behind the Parkhead selection in the opening game.

rangerThe game against Hibs ended in a 2-2 draw, although the Light Blues took an early two-goal lead through Graham Dorrans and Graham Dorrans Pedro Mendes.

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