Indestructible Celtic ace shines once more in latest Ibrox triumph
Old Firm matches seem to be made for Celtic skipper Scott Brown, and this proved to be the case once more as the 32-year-old lead the Hoops to their fourth successive victory at Ibrox after a 3-2 win which all but clinched the title for the Bhoys.
The indestructible captain not only played his part in the crucial second Celtic goal which levelled the match at 2-2 – his long ball playing in Moussa Dembele who finished in style – but he helped the Bhoys in a second-half rearguard action after they had been reduced to ten men.
The sending-off of Jozo Simunovic was made for Brown, as he rolled his sleeves up and stood up to be counted along with the rest of the Hoops side.
When Brown finally leaves the Hoops in a few years time they will struggle to replace him, as his will to win, even as he comes to the end of his career is unmatched in the squad.
He would have been confident of the Bhoys getting the win even when they went down to ten men, and he more than played a part in securing the win.
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The game only adds another chapter to Brown’s legend with the Hoops, and he will be eager to write a few more before the end of the season.
In other Celtic news, fans have slaughtered Dedryck Boyata’s performance v Rangers