BBC pundit: I couldn't believe Rangers were playing like this against Celtic
By Harvey Byrne
BBC pundit and former Celtic goalkeeper Pat Bonner has shared that he couldn’t believe Rangers’ poor passing against the Hoops on Sunday afternoon.
The Gers were outmatched on Sunday afternoon as they faced their fierce Glasgow rivals in a Scottish Cup semi-final clash at Hampden Park,
Goals on either side of half time from Callum McGregor and Scott Sinclair were enough to send Brendan Rodgers’ men through to the final in what turned out to be a poor display from Rangers and many were keen to point out where Pedro Caixinha’s team went wrong.
Celtic great Bonner believed Rangers went wrong with their passing and shared that he felt their inability to keep the ball was “very, very poor.”
“I can’t believe what I’m seeing at times in Rangers’ passing. We expect them to work hard, but it’s their quality on the ball they need to improve, which has been very, very poor today,” told Bonner, as quoted by the BBC Sport match blog (73 minutes).
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Rangers and Celtic have now faced each other five times this season, resulting in four wins for the Hoops and one draw.
They are preparing for one final battle next weekend which will see Rodgers’ team travel to Ibrox on Saturday.
The Gers will be keen to finally get one over their rivals and a win would put an end to Celtic’s unbeaten league campaign while also looking to catch Aberdeen in second place.
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