Heart of Midlothian returned to Premiership action on Sunday afternoon following the recent international break in disappointing circumstances as Steven Naismith's side slipped to a 4-1 home defeat to league leaders Celtic.

An early Matt O'Riley goal put Brendan Rodgers' side in the driving seat in Gorgie before they pulled away through efforts from Daizen Maeda and Kyogo Furuhashi. Lawrence Shankland reduced the arrears - and ended his eight-game goalless streak - around the hour mark before a Tomoki Iwata strike secured a comfortable victory for the visitors.

So, where did it all go wrong for Hearts? Did Naismith get his tactics right? Was the starting XI the right call? And which players had an off-day?

Joel Sked and James Cairney dig into it all in the video below, and wonder what has to change ahead of a trip to Ibrox this weekend.

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