POLICE Scotland has said it is investigating sectarian singing which took place at Tynecastle Stadium on the night of the Hearts v Celtic clash.

The force is now also looking into a coin-throwing incident.

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As reported by the Evening Times, footage emerged online showing Hearts keeper Bobby Zlamal being targeted by what appeared to be a coin during the clash in Edinburgh.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Police in Edinburgh are currently investigating reports of sectarian singing that took place within Tynecastle Stadium on Wednesday, February 27.

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“Inquiries into this matter are being led by Police Scotland’s FOCUS unit.

“Police are also investigating reports of coins being thrown from the away stand during the SPFL match between Heart of Midlothian and Celtic that evening.

“Anyone with any relevant information in relation to these incidents should contact police immediately.”

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