Rangers Fans React Furiously To Scott Brown Dancing After Old Firm Derby

Rangers Fans React Furiously To Scott Brown Dancing After Old Firm Derby

The Gers boss opts for the experience of Allan McGregor between the sticks, while in defence the centre-back pairing of Nikola Katic and Connor Goldson get the vote to play.

Meanwhile, Celtic now sit second in the league, three points behind Hearts.

It is the first defeat of Gerrard's managerial career, but he won't be too downhearted considering the progress his team have already made this season.

The goal infuriated Rangers fans and their manager, who claimed the linesman had called a foul in the build-up but the referee did not give it. Gerrard told Rangers TV the referee's decision was crucial.

Replays seem to confirm that Jack, in fact, slipped.

"I was standing next to the fourth official and he was shouting: "Foul, foul, foul" down his microphone, so I assumed it would be given". "We were both satisfied", said Gerrard.

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The 38-year-old didn't share that assessment, saying he felt his players 'grew into the game'.

Despite the setback, Gerrard still believes the Ibrox club are moving in the right direction and vowed that his team will be all the more competitive when they meet Celtic again on December 29.

Celtic ran out 1-0 winners at Parkhead on Sunday afternoon after dominating the tie from start to finish.

"Defensively, we were strong, we pressed the game well and had the courage and quality to play".

"We were just starting to build some momentum at that point and we were starting to get into the box, they were forcing things and making errors". The scoreline doesn't really reflect our dominance.

"The previous three or four derbies I have watched, it has been a bit of a mis-match and Celtic have blown Rangers away".