Celtic fans react on Twitter after Rangers drop points against Ross County
By Emma Sanders
Celtic fans reacted with delight on Twitter after Rangers blew the chance to narrow their rivals’ lead in the Scottish Premiership on Sunday.
Mark Warburton’s side drew 1-1 against bottom-of-the-table Ross County and are in third place, 11 adrift of the champions.
Celtic recorded a convincing 3-0 win against Inverness on Saturday, which was their 10th victory in 11 league games as Brendan Rodgers’ side extended their dominance over the rest of the league ahead of the international break.
Celtic have not lost a league game this season and have only dropped two points against Inverness at the Caledonian Stadium when the two sides met earlier this season.
They have held all the bragging rights over their Glasgow neighbours so far this season – recording a humiliating 5-1 victory against Rangers in the league at the start of September and another win in the semi-final of the League Cup last month.
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Rodgers’ side next face Kilmarnock while Rangers hope to bounce back from their disappointing draw against Dundee on 19th November following the international break.
Here is a selection of the messages on Twitter:
On behalf of all the Celtic support we accept the unconditional surrender from The Glasgow Rangers.
— Stephen McGinn (@Steph67Lisboa) November 6, 2016
Celtic will finish the season at least 30 points in front of The Rangers
— Inside The SPFL (@AgentScotland) November 6, 2016
Celtic reserves put 4 past them. How long do you think it'll be until rangers get the 55 points they've been talking about?
— Brother Celtic ???? (@BrotherCeltic) November 6, 2016
To say that Rangers team are shite is an understatement. Our reserves took 4 off county.
— Simply [⭐] Celtic (@TheHoopsFan) November 6, 2016
— pupster (@pupster67) November 6, 2016
The Rangers are coming pic.twitter.com/hMsJRS97rk
— marc (@marc_celtic) November 6, 2016
In other Celtic news, fans reacted with amusement as Rodgers compared Stuart Armstrong to Brazil legend, Cafu.