Ange Postecoglou has shut down any complaints over Celtic 's winner against Hearts after complaints from rival boss Robbie Neilson.

Kyogo Furuhashi 's strike decided the Premiership clash at Parkhead as the Hoops men cut Rangers' lead at the top to four points.

However, Neilson was vocal on the touchline following the goal as he insisted the Japanese should have been flagged offside.

Postecoglou wasn't willing to entertain the notion that the winner should have been ruled out.

When the Tynecastle boss' protests were put to the Celtic gaffer, he told Sky Sports: "It's a goal, mate.

"I mean I... it's a weekly...I'll let it go, mate.

"I'll let our performances speak for themselves.

"If people think that the referee decided this game, well, that is their analysis."

Postecoglou lauded the battling performance of his side as Jota, Stephen Welsh and Anthony Ralston all limped off during the clash.

He said: "I thought we started the game really well. We dominated where the game was played.

'I thought we were resilient and I don't think Joe (Hart) had any outstanding saves to make during the game.

"We lost some players with disrupted it but, yeah, we're happy with the win.

"You are always in a game when it's one. We defended well, and didn't really get opened up too much. "