Celtic player ratings v Rangers: Senior player is 4/10 in Ibrox win
Celtic all but clinched seven in a row after a sensational 3-2 backs to the wall win over Rangers at Ibrox after being reduced to ten men.
Brendan Rodgers made two changes from the side which defeated Morton, Scott Bain making his debut in place of the injured Dorus de Vries, and Dedryck Boyata returning from injury to replace Marvin Compper.
Rangers took the lead after only three minutes, Josh Windass charging down a Boyata mistake and hammering the ball past Bain.
The Bhoys equalised only eight minutes later, Tom Rogic curling home a superb equaliser.
More defensive errors at the back lead to the Light Blues taking the lead in the 26th minute, Daniel Candeias hammering home from inside the box.
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The Bhoys equalised once again on the stroke of half-time, Scott Brown’s long ball finding Moussa Dembele whose effort floated over Wes Foderingham.
The second-half burst into life in the 57h minute when Jozo Simunovic was set-off for an elbow on Alfredo Morelos, but that didn’t stop substitute Odsonne Edouard curling home the winning goal in the 69th minute.
The Bhoys held on with the ten men for a notable win which will be celebrated long and loudly by supporters.
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