There were several hot spots during the match, including three penalties awarded, one of which was overturned by the VAR, and Hibis striker Eli Yuan was also shown a red card.
The loan striker was first booked for a challenge on Carl Starvelt and then given his marching orders after an altercation with Cameron Carter-Vickers.
And Walker feels that referee Stephen McClain did not perform well.
Talking to Sky SportsHe said: “We had some decisions that changed the course of the game. I hope we don’t see every shirt-pulling given as a penalty.
“I thought it was soft and Stephen McClain didn’t do well at all. I thought all the penalties were wrong.
“I thought the penalty Celtic got was incredibly weak. There was no foul from Hanlon on Carter-Vickers.
“The cult was a really bad call from the referee. He pushed his toe into the ground and it wasn’t a penalty.
“It was a good use of VAR to cancel it out.
“Overall, the yellow cards Youan got were outrageous. He didn’t deserve a yellow card for his first challenge, and certainly didn’t deserve the second yellow card that got him sent off.”
Hearts loanee Garang Cole opened up about the words he shared with Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou after the two sides’ recent league meeting.
The 18-year-old, who is currently on Gambus’ books until the end of the season after signing for Newcastle last year, revealed the Parkhead boss gave the fellow Australian some words of encouragement after the Hoops won 3-1 in the Scottish Premier League.
And Cole admitted it was a “very good moment” speaking to the 57-year-old full-timer.
“It was a very brief encounter (the meeting between the two),” he told the Australian Herald and the Easter newspaper. “He just said, ‘Hope you’re well settled in, and keep working hard.'”
“I am glad to see you working so hard, and I hope you can continue to do well.” It’s nice to show he cares about the other Australian players in the league, and is there for them.
“It was a very good moment.”
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