Rangers remain top with statement win in Old Firm derby against Celtic

Rangers won the Old Firm. Captura  SkySports

Gerrard's side beat Celtic 2-0 at Parkhead on Saturday to move four points clear of the Hoops, who have played one game less.

Goldson doubled Rangers' advantage on 54 minutes, the defender turning in Scott Arfield's cross from the right wing.

The first came from a set-piece.

Missing star striker Odsonne Edouard and midfield regular Ryan Christie, the home side was outplayed by its Glasgow rival and didn't have a shot on target at Celtic Park.

"It doesn't take away from the meaning of the game".

"We could maybe have scored more", he added. "We need to remain humble".

"I know it's very easy to pick holes in different things, but the first time I saw the goalkeeper it wasn't for me, [Patryk] Klimala, I feel so sorry for the lad, [Ismaila] Soro, how much did they pay for him and he's not even been seen".

Lennon pointed to his lack of options with James Forrest also out injured, while Albian Ajeti and Leigh Griffiths were not match fit.

Frimpong had 57 touches in the game, made two tackles, won three aerial contests and had a 77% successful pass rate.

Earlier, the Scottish league said it would investigate after St Mirren's latest positive virus test led to the postponement of their clash with Motherwell.

"The Scottish teams, I don't think they should be trifled with just because it's not the Premier League", McLeish told Football Insider.



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