Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
Medical | By Alyssa Little

10-man Celtic bounce back to beat Rangers once more

10-man Celtic bounce back to beat Rangers once more

Rogic equalised eight minutes later with an absolute screamer from outside the box, but Rangers were once again in the ascendancy through Daniel Candeias, only for Celtic to go in level at the break when Moussa Dembele struck.

Morelos missed a gilt-edged chance to claim a share of the spoils for Rangers after hitting the post from point-blank range with the goal at his mercy and Celtic hung on to claim a fifth successive derby victory at Ibrox.

Brown will have taken great delight in the victory against a Rangers team who seemed to be extremely confident of victory.

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Sexton's displeasure didn't distract Greig Laidlaw who slotted over the penalty to give them a 3-0 lead. A simple pass would have resulted in a try but Jones made a mess of it and the chance went begging.

"I've said I'm a fan of Alfredo Morelos and that will be interesting how Celtic treat him as there are questions about his temperament".

To cap an unhappy day, defender David Bates was taken to hospital with a serious ankle injury after being stretchered off in the opening period.

'We were too slow in possession after the red card, we didn't look like us.

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They did a lot of talking beforehand - we stayed quiet. In contrast to their defending earlier in the game, Celtic's 10 men largely soaked up Rangers' pressure trouble free for the next 20 minutes. 'You're excited with the emotion of the game, you're excited with some of the play, not all of it, and you've got a real good opportunity.

"We have a plan when we go to 10 men, you could see what the players were doing and they dealt with that final 30 minutes really well".

'My job is to look after this group of players.

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"He has a massive opportunity at this club and we feel that he can continue to improve and even realise his global ambitions here at Rangers and help the club to challenge for silverware". Sometimes these knockbacks actually make you stronger as a group and make you a little bit hungrier to go and succeed.' Bates was injured trying to prevent Rogic from curling home the spectacular finish that gave Celtic their first equaliser.

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