Rangers won again after two consecutive draws in the competition. Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team beat St Johnston on Wednesday, but did not catch up with Celtic. The leader also scored a victory over Saint Mirren. The difference between them is three points.
Just three minutes later, McDermid Park scored: Glenn Camara scored from an Alfredo Morelos pass. Rangers could have doubled the margin before the first half had it not been for Morelos hitting the post. Football in the second half tents Countless opportunities together: Elliott Parrish saved with a header from Morelos and a shot from Joe Aribo, Scott Arfield headed wide and a goal from Conor Goldson was denied for offside. However, victory was never in danger, as Saint Johnston had nothing to say with an attack. Next Saturday, Rangers will play Aberdeen at home.
During the match, Rangers supporters expressed their displeasure with Australia’s rehearsal against Celtic in November. With that said, the old company is going down after more than four hundred editions. During the match, fans critically chanted the idea and put up a sign that read “Money or morals No D £ rby Friendlylies”.
Celtic dominated the entire match and had plenty of chances to score before the break. Daisen Maeda headed in, defender Charles Dunn accidentally pushed the ball into his crossbar, Lil Abada shot the goalkeeper, Josep Juranovic fired the ball from distance. After 55 minutes, Cameron Carter-Vickers broke the score with an air strike. Nine minutes before the end of the match, Captain Callum McGregor decided the match.
Celtic supporters were also critical of an old company in Australia. The signs read text like ‘Unless there’s money to be made’. Pay your old friend your hard ***.
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