Celtic defender Mikael Lustig has admitted that the Hoops players felt the full wrath of Neil Lennon following their defeat at Dundee United.
The Parkhead side lost 1-0 at Tannadice and, despite the fact there was nothing riding on the game for his men, the Celtic boss was furious at his side's sloppiness.
Lustig said: "He wasn't happy, but we didn't play particularly well.
"It happened to me before in my career when I was in Norway with Rosenborg. We had won the title and then we lost five or six games towards the end of the season."
Despite the result, Lustig was delighted to get a rare start and a full 90 minutes for Celtic.
The defender will head off to the European Championships this summer and the game time was much needed.
At one point he looked to have come off worse for wear after a clash with John Rankin, although the defender has insisted that he cannot afford to go into games worrying about getting injured before this summer's finals.
The Swede said: "You never think like that.
"You don't worry about getting injured in a game because you can't afford to."