Hospitality Food For Celtic Vs Rangers Game Slammed, With Burger Branded A 'Meatball'
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Rangers beat their cross-city rivals 2-1 in Edinburgh, with Carl Starfelt's own goal in the 114th minute seeing Rangers win in extra time and set up a final with Hearts.
But forget the football for a second, the food was the main talking point. Someone who had a VIP ticket for the Old Firm clash posted their tucker on Twitter and literally everyone was laying into it.
According to the stadium's website, tickets in hospitality normally cost a cool £150 and typically includes top-tier food and drink as well as the best view of the action.
But that didn't quite appear to be the case for Reece Anderson. He posted his burger and chips and tagged the popular Footy Scran page, who shared his grub and helped it go viral.
It wasn't for the right reasons, however - as many blasted the dry burger for looking like a meatball and barely covering the bun.
😂😂😂 first time I have seen a meat ball in a bread bun 😂😂 brilliant 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻— Ian Pullan (@IanPullan1) April 17, 2022
I would be so embarrassed serving this and even more so sending it out of my kitchen.— groundhopper80 (@groundhopper80) April 17, 2022
Burger vans serve better food that would never leave the pass in my kitchen aswell if one of my chef put that up— Big J 🇬🇧🇳🇱🏴 (@RangersFC552021) April 17, 2022
Where's the rest of it?— Pondering Panda (@PonderingPanda8) April 17, 2022
*meatball and chips 😂— Mike (@AntonyInoki) April 17, 2022
meatball and chips more like— Dylan Swain (@1889Dylan) April 17, 2022
They seem to have gave you a meatball instead of a burger Patty, pal— Cruzr1872 🇳🇱 (@C_McNaughton17) April 17, 2022
Where's the rest a the burger ?— Chris fuller🏴 (@thechrisfuller1) April 17, 2022
Where's the rest of it— Charlene (@__soundwave82) April 17, 2022
That would be taken back for a refund— Jamie Lindsay (@jamie_lindsay69) April 17, 2022
That's a meatball— 🟡Ben⚫️ (@ben12GL) April 17, 2022
Someone put it in the dryer?— JayRad (@jayrad198900) April 17, 2022
It's not exactly fine dining, is it? Especially when you've paid a pretty penny. Here's hoping the standard of food improves considerably for the cup final on 21 May.
Recently the food at Chelsea caused a stir as the Stamford Bridge food kiosks were selling cauliflower wings for £7.95.
For that steep price, fans got five small wings and a piece of celery - and being honest it didn't look all that great.
Even worse though was the beige meal Jake Humphrey and the BT Sport crew were given at Old Trafford.
"Scrambled egg and mashed potato. Wow. Thanks for lunch @ManUtd," Humphrey wrote with a laughing emoji at the end.
Manchester United Have Upgraded From Last Week, They Now Serve Food 😂 IN THE MUD I TELL YOU!— MCFCDaps - City Til I Die (@MCFCDaps) February 12, 2022
🎶’OH WHAT ITS LIKE TO BE CITY, OH WHAT ITS LIKE TO BE SMALL’ pic.twitter.com/HAOIfOtlyo