Watch as the Scottish Cup draw goes terribly wrong

Things really didn’t go well for officials as they attempted to make the William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final live on Sky Sports News tonight.

The draw at Hampden Park had to be re-run after one of the plastic balls opened – this came after Celtic had been paired with Dundee United.

You can just see utter confusion reign as they realise the ball had been compromised.

After finally getting going again the re-run saw holders Inverness handed a tough tie with a trip to either Hibernian or Hearts.

Favourites Celtic were drawn at home to Greenock Morton in the quarter-finals.

The winners of the Rangers and Kilmarnock replay at Rugby Park will take on Dundee or Dumbarton, who have to play again after a goalless draw.

Finally, Ross County host Dundee United with the ties to be played over weekend of March 5 and 6.

* Additional reporting PA.


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