Thanks Stevie-G. Glasgow Rangers were crowned champions of Scotland for the first time since 2011, Sunday, following their great rival’s draw at Dundee (0–0). Celtic, who had won the last nine titles. After their victory (3–0) against Saint-Miren on Saturday, the team coached by
Steven Gerrard, to secure the trophy.
After winning the draw at Dundee (8th), Celtic Glasgow have 20 points with six games to play and therefore cannot advance. The title is the crown of a season in which Rangers have been undefeated. They have won 28 of their 32 matches, including all 16 matches at home. It is also the return to the helm of the most successful club in history. Scotland (55th title), nine years after a judicial reorganization and an administrative demotion that had precipitated him into the Fourth Division.
supporters couldn’t help but
The club was revamped, allowing Englishman Steven Gerrard to come and start his coaching career in 2018. This Scottish Premiership title is the first trophy Gerrard has won as coach after a busy playing career with Liverpool (1 Champions League, 1 UEFA Cup, 2 English Cup and 3 League Cup).
On Saturday, the match against Saint-Miren had sparked scenes of excitement upon the players’ arrival at Ibrox Park and, following their victory, for defying containment measures set by the Scottish government to fight. COVID-19.
“We are very disappointed that the supporters have come together. With a view to controlling the virus, the actions of minority individuals endanger the health of all and the police mobilized,” lamented a Scottish government spokesman in a Sky Sports microphone, while Scotland has been confined since early January. has given. Rangers’ coronation in the league ends Celtic’s nine-year rule, which has been crowned every year since 2012.
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