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Free kick in a dangerous position for Rangers on the right. Tavernier whips a good ball in but the Celtic defence deal with it well.
It encompassed four goals, three red cards and delivered a timely lesson on how easy it is to be consumed by such a volcanic atmosphere.
I just hope that they remember it for the right reasons. Argos AO. Share this article Share. Spencer Morgan Host commentator.
Yellows for Morelos and Duffy. The chance Celtic have been waiting for and it's wasted. Celtic really have been poor going forward. Still yet to register a proper attempt this half.
Big hance for Rangers! Ajer makes another crucial block. Celtic Rangers Goldson Goldson again! However, the ball falls back to him and he puts it in the net.
Huge challenge! Rangers continuing to play good football but some equally good last-ditch defending from Celtic. Game has settled down a touch now.
Still a lot of unnecessary fouls going on. To be expected End-to-end stuff here. Mohamed Elyounoussi should score! Rangers take the lead!
Perfect start for Gerrard's men. Lennon urges his side's debutants to keep calm. And welcome to Sportsmail's live coverage of the Old Firm derby.
Teams news to follow with kick-off at Parkhead at Share or comment on this article: Celtic Rangers: Connor Goldson scores twice as Steven Gerrard's side win derby e-mail 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.
Patryk Klimala failed to produce a shot or create a chance in 67 minutes on the pitch and Elyounoussi squandered their only big chance of the game, while not registering a key pass.
But the blame also has to go to the Celtic midfield, with Callum McGregor the only starter to create an opportunity - and even he only managed one.
Celtic must respond when they host Milan in a huge Europa League group-stage game on Thursday, while Rangers are away to Standard Liege.
Sectarian violence is not confined to Glasgow it should be said, with Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian also divided on religious and cultural lines, although their Edinburgh rivalry is less bitter and acrimonious than that between Celtic and Rangers.
Broadly speaking, Hearts are associated with Protestantism and Hibs with Catholics. The rivalries do overlap though.
In a Hearts fan invaded the pitch, shouted and swore at Celtic manager Neil Lennon during a match between the two clubs. He was sentenced to 8 months in jail for a breach of the peace.
And, to bring things right up to date, a Hibernian fan was arrested by police for man-handling Rangers captain James Tavernier as he went to take a throw-in during a game in March With the influx of foreign players into the game, the two teams that face each other later this month will likely contain men from various nationalities, and political, religious and cultural affiliations.
Over the years as societal attitudes changed, and the political landscape in Ulster embraced the Good Friday Agreement in and the cessation of violence in Northern Ireland itself, the sectarian elements in the Celtic-Rangers rivalry appear to have become ameliorated.
However, three elements in recent years have combined to bring tensions to the fore again — the rise of social media, the Scottish Referendum in , and the liquidation of the original Rangers club in The role of social media in helping to spread and encourage support for extreme views, is a complex subject, and beyond the scope of this article.
In Scotland held a referendum on whether it wanted to break away from the rest of the United Kingdom and become an independent sovereign nation.
Those living outside the country may be surprised to know that Scottish flags are rarely seen at an Old Firm match.
However, although many Rangers supporters would have voted for Independence, whilst Celtic fans would have voted to stay in the UK, broadly speaking Rangers are pro-Unionist and, therefore, in favour of remaining part of the United Kingdom, whilst those of the green and white persuasion would prefer an independent nation.
In a bid to remain successful and competitive at the top level in the late s, Rangers began to exploit a legal loophole called Employee Benefit Trusts EBTs as a way of paying players, and avoiding tax.
Although the EBTs were legal at the time, the way that Rangers used them was not, enabling them to acquire players — and win trophies — that they otherwise could not afford.
When EBTs were subsequently outlawed, the club was faced with an enormous tax bill that it simply could not meet. In the end, the holding company that owned Rangers were forced into liquidation in A new company bought them, and the club was forced to reconstitute itself and reapply to the league, joining at the lowest tier of Scottish professional football in League Two.
It took them four years to climb back to the Premiership, and, apart from the occasional cup game, there were no derbies in that period.
Some Celtic fans have taunted their Rangers counterparts by claiming that their newly formed club are just parvenus with no history.
Yet, whilst there were a section of Celtic fans who professed not to miss their old rivals, TV companies, broadcasters and club treasurers certainly did.
No other games in Scotland come close in terms of how much money is generated from them. 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.
Nine minutes after the restart Goldson - and Rangers - gave Celtic a lesson in finishing with the move of the game doubling the visitors' lead.
One-touch build-up between Kamara, Morelos and Arfield left the latter with space to cross low to the marauding defender, whose well-taken first-time effort was kept out by Duffy's block - but second was buried beyond Barkas to give Rangers a valuable cushion.
Celtic continued to flounder in the final third with Rangers content to remain compact out of possession and with Neil Lennon's side forced to push men upfield, the hosts were nearly caught out again when Borna Barisic was played into space on the left, before crossing for Kent who was only denied a goal his performance merited by an excellent block from Kristoffer Ajer.