Celtic used a new video feature to announce their starting line-up for Sunday’s clash with Kilmarnock, and a number of supporters shared their reactions to it on social media.
Neil Lennon reverted to a back three once again after using a four-man defence against FC Copenhagen in the Europa League, with Jozo Simunovic coming back into the side.
And the defender made an instant impact, albeit at the wrong end, after he fouled Eamonn Brophy inside the area, with the Killie man converting well from the penalty spot to give the away side a surprise lead.
Kristoffer Ajer levelled the score midway through the first-half with his second goal in as many games, however.
Odsonne Edouard then bundled home five minutes later to give Celtic the lead, as Simunovic atoned for his earlier mistake with an assist.
And Leigh Griffiths completed the scoring to give Celtic a second successive 3-1 win over Killie in 2020.
Prior to the win however, a number of Hoops fans shared their thoughts on Celtic’s new Twitter feature after the starting line-up was announced.
Twitter: @CelticFC @KilmarnockFC Just because you *can* do video lineups doesn’t mean you should (@AlphaKaiser_II)
Twitter: @CelticFC @KilmarnockFC No. Never do this in video format again. Worse than the number order. (@LK95_)
Twitter: @CelticFC @KilmarnockFC Fancy new graphics aye? https://t.co/A32IpO7Adf (@Kieran_Polland)
Twitter: @CelticFC @KilmarnockFC Delete and announce still picture. Headache material man. (@KRB_83)
Twitter: @CelticFC @KilmarnockFC delete and release it normally (@callumj67_)
Twitter: @CelticFC @KilmarnockFC Remove this and give us a normal photo (@_LB67)
Twitter: @CelticFC @KilmarnockFC Get this video in the bin, put up the picture! (@seanhammy85)
Yes, it's something different
No, get it in the bin
Twitter: @CelticFC @KilmarnockFC Announce just posting the normal team lineup every week in position order and without mad g… https://t.co/jVjJEg3bXR (@StandForCeltic)
Twitter: @CelticFC @KilmarnockFC I’m too hungover for this format. (@AshleighMeikle)