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Scottish Premiership. Report as Connor Goldson's first league goals of the season give Rangers win at Celtic - who fail to register shot on target - and moves them four points clear at top of Scottish Premiership; Gers secure first back-to-back wins at Celtic Park since Digital Football Journalist Ronnabe.
Goldson timed his run perfectly to glance James Tavernier's ninth-minute free-kick beyond a hesitant Vasilis Barkas for an early opener as Rangers took control from the off, although Mohamed Elyounoussi should have levelled up minutes later after robbing the defender, but chipped well over Allan McGregor's bar from 12 yards in one of few promising moments of quality from a dreadful home performance.
Goldson, who had only scored six Scottish Premiership goals in more than two seasons at Ibrox, then added a second for the day nine minutes into the second period from an excellent one-touch move, turning home Scott Arfield's low cross at the second attempt before aiming a kiss towards the television cameras in his celebration.
Kent was twice denied by Kristoffer Ajer as a dominant Rangers side looked to turn the screw on their abject hosts, but with Celtic unable to test McGregor across the entire 90 minutes, Steven Gerrard's side had little to worry about as they moved four points clear in as routine an Old Firm win as they have enjoyed in many years.
Rangers must have sensed an opportunity to steal a march on their hosts ahead of kick-off with Celtic missing a number of first-team players and in front of an empty stadium, and after surviving an early close shave when Mohamed Elyounoussi was denied at close-range by Filip Helander, they found themselves in front.
Tavernier's excellent free-kick from deep on the right was met by Goldson, untracked after running back from an offside position, and his glancing header into the corner proved too much for Barkas' limp attempt to keep it out.
Elyounoussi should have levelled shortly after after robbing the goalscorer just outside his own box, but with Allan McGregor off his line his chip beat the crossbar by a considerable distance.
Ryan Kent had won the free-kick leading to the opener and continued to trouble the home defence throughout the opening period, but aside from his yard daisy-cutter Rangers failed to test Barkas again before the break.
Celtic went in at half-time without registering a single shot on target, but could feel slightly aggrieved to see no action taken against Morelos, who aimed a small slap on the ear of Scott Brown shortly before the interval, which appeared to go unseen by the match officials.
Sadly, deaths have not been confined to the stadium. There have been numerous fights and stabbings amongst rival fans, and the threat of violence is never far from the surface.
Another flashpoint came after the Scottish Cup Final, which Celtic won by a single goal. However, that was completely overshadowed by the aftermath which saw rival fans battle on the pitch, using bottles, cans, bricks, wooden staves and iron bars.
More than people were arrested, and an alcohol ban was imposed on fans attending Scottish matches. Both clubs were fined heavily, and the matter was also discussed in the British parliament.
As for red and yellow cards, the fixture is littered with them. There have been so many that it is hard to single any match out, but the derby is particularly memorable.
Rangers finished the match with only 8 men, Steven Whittaker, Madjid Bougherra and El-Hadji-Diouf all getting their marching orders, whilst, after the game, the two managers, Lennon of Celtic, and McCoist of Rangers, squared up to each other on the touchline.
Six years earlier, Lennon, still a Celtic player at the time, was sent off for dissent after the final whistle, joining team mate Alan Thompson who had already been dismissed Thompson was a serial offender in derbies, getting three red cards in his time with Celtic.
As the head to head record show, Rangers currently have a very slight edge in head-to-head encounters. Whilst the passions and sentiments that underpin the Celtic-Rangers rivalry may seem parochial to an audience outside Scotland, they inform one of the most bitter enmities between two clubs to be found anywhere on earth.
Of course there are many well-behaved and mild-mannered supporters of both clubs, but there is a hard core for whom such fixtures provide a focus for religious and political bigotry that would otherwise have no outlet in polite society.
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Netherlands, World Cup final Spain have always produced talented footballers…. Introduction On 31 st March , two teams will meet for the th time in what is arguably the most fiercely contested derby in Europe.
Rangers vs Celtic: The Historical Roots However, to understand how we got here, it is necessary to delve into the history of both Britain and Northern Ireland, because the origins of the present problems date centuries back.
Neil Lennon In fact, nothing exemplifies the bitterness and the rancour of the derby than the story of the present Celtic manager, Neil Lennon. Rangers were then hit on the counter-attack late in stoppage-time as they chased the game.
Hayes burst out from the back and cut inside before his first effort was saved by McGregor, but he made no mistake with the follow-up to slot the ball into the empty net and seal the three points for Celtic.
Tensions boiled over at the end for the hosts as substitute Jordan Jones was shown a straight red card for a late foul on Moritz Bauer. A constant threat for Celtic, and he took his goal superbly well.
It was his fifth goal in seven Old Firm games and his composure was again telling on the big occasion. Steven Gerrard: "Our performance collectively and individually wasn't good enough to win a derby.
I'm part of that so I'll take as much responsibility that comes my way. We couldn't handle their direct play. Neil Lennon: "I'm so proud. I'm proud of the team.
I thought it was another outstanding performance. Scott Arfield's deflected cross found its way to Goldson, and while the centre-back's initial effort was blocked by Shane Duffy, he composed himself to stab in a shot at the second attempt.
Edouard, Nir Bitton and Hatem Abd Elhamed were all out due to positive coronavirus tests on international duty, while Ryan Christie is in quarantine.
Celtic clearly missed those regulars but their supporters would have been fuming at the lack of an attacking response after falling behind early on, the team too often passing it around with a lack of urgency, creating little despite having Having also won at Celtic Park in December — their first Old Firm win since — Gerrard now has two straight derby successes and the title race looks destined to go the distance as Rangers bid to prevent 10 in a row.
Few would have tipped Goldson to be the match-winner, but he produced a memorable performance, scoring twice from three attempts, creating a chance as well as registering seven clearances and two blocks — both tied for game highs.