Three days before receiving Celtic in the shock of the 22nd day of the Scottish Championship at Ibrox Stadium, the Glasgow Rangers maintained a 16-point margin against their everlasting rival, thanks to their success at St Mirren (2-0). , Celtic dominated Dundee United (3-0) at Celtic Park on Wednesday afternoon.
Prior to Old Firm, Steven Gerrard has a comfortable mattress in formation, but slightly in tromp-loyal, as Celtic, the defending champions, have three more games to play.
Gerard takes his revenge
Defeated in the Scottish League Cup quarter-finals on 16 December (2-3) at St Mirren, Steve Gerrard’s team did not get their feet wet this time. Early in the match, the Rangers hit their first shot, a strike from Kemar Rupe as unfortunate cornerback McCarthy (28th), Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos doubled the stakes (34th).
Dundee joint manager Mickey Mellon would have liked to pay tribute to Jim McLean, the famous coach of Dundee who died on 26 December at the age of 83, having won the Scottish League Cup twice (1980 and 1981) And had won the title. Scottish Champion in 1982–1983.
Édouard scores, julien is injured
Looking for their first breakthrough at Celtic Park since 1992, Dundee United could do nothing against Celtic, winning 3–0 with ease, which led to Ismaili Soro (24th), David Turnbull (40th) and Fantastic lobe by an odson (douard (75)).
The only aspect of this win for Neil Lennon, the Frenchman defender Christopher Jullien’s injury at the start of the second half, a visible knee injury.
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