SCOTT Brown has been cleared of any wrongdoing for his celebrations at the end of last month's the win over Rangers.

The Celtic captain will now not be banned for any match despite the SFA accusing him of "failing to act in the best interest of Scottish football".

Brown was on the pitch and close the Rangers supporters at Celtic Park when the final whistle brought the match to an end, a match Celtic won 2-1.

He then made a gesture which is believed to be why the SFA asked the midfielder to explain his actions.

Brown’s original Hampden hearing was due to take place on Thursday, May 2 but was moved to today (Friday, April 26), which Celtic requested, to ensure the skipper would not miss the final Old Firm derby of the season at Ibrox.

However, that potential two-match ban was thrown out at today's hearing.

Brown is now free to help Celtic win their eighth consecutive league title over the line in their next two games against Kilmarnock at Parkhead tomorrow Celtic and Aberdeen at Pittodrie next weekend.