Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Celtic run through Rangers to keep treble dream alive and kicking

Celtic run through Rangers to keep treble dream alive and kicking

It hasn't been all ideal for them however, Celtic's Champions League campaign was disastrous as they recorded just one win in six games and subsequently went on to compete in the Europa League where they lost to Red Bull Leipzig. It was embarrassing to come off that pitch after a performance like that.

Rogic's contract with the Hoops runs out at the end of next season, and the Bhoys will need to act quick to get a deal done before they are forced to sell him, as they simply can not be allowed him to leave on a free transfer.

"The first half was a total embarrassment for Rangers, they were so far off the pace". But when it comes to one against one, you have to actually get up closer to your opponent than we did in the first period.

"I wouldn't have been happy if I was taken off. We were not worthy of getting anything from the game".

"I was reacting to the situation in the game".

Rangers just want a victory to get one over their rivals, god knows they haven't had a whole lot to brag about in recent years.

"Andy's frustrated but I'll see him in the week and have a chat and take things from there".

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Rangers manager Graeme Murty says he will speak to Andy Halliday later this week after the midfielder reacted badly to being sent off in the Gers' 4-0 defeat against Celtic at Hampden Park.

"There should be frustration and anger, it is just about turning that into positives and energy to power you through to the end of the season, rather than allow it to be disruptive".

"The players need to respond - not just against Celtic".

Although he didn't get himself on the scoresheet, Celtic captain Scott Brown played a blinder in central midfield.

"It's credit to the guys that came in, we have lifted ourselves for a big game again, to go out there and get the result". Celtic were given a second penalty when Jason Holt fouled Patrick Roberts, and Olivier Ntcham tucked it away.

"But it is no good to keep asking for it", he added. "But we didn't do enough for them to want to stay in the stadium today".

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