Chris Sutton pokes fun at Rangers and Pedro Caixinha, Celtic fans will be amused
By Amir Mir
Chris Sutton has fired shots at Rangers by stating they are going to “win the World Cup” after Pedro Caixinha won his first game in charge.
Prior to the international break, Caixinha was making his managerial debut for the Glasgow club and he got off to a great start by beating Hamilton 4-0 at Ibrox.
Now, the Scottish Premiership is set to return after that mini break with Motherwell hoping to inflict the first defeat on the Portuguese’s reign on Saturday afternoon.
However, former Premier League winner Sutton couldn’t help himself but poke fun at the Glasgow club.
Rangers fans will not like his comments, but the Celtic faithful will definitely find them amusing.
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“Well Rangers are on fire at the moment,” Sutton told BT Sport in a sarcastic tone.
“Pedro has gone in, everything is positive, they have won one game and they are going to win the World Cup.”
It is likely that Celtic can clinch the Scottish Premiership title this weekend as they are set to finish at least 20 points ahead of their Old Firm rivals.
At this moment in time, Brendan Rodgers side are 33 points ahead of their neighbours with nine matches of the season remaining.
Caixinha has already tasted his first Old Firm derby when he was watching from the stands as his side snatched a 1-1 draw at Parkhead earlier on in the month.
However, he will be in the dugout on April 23 when the duo will meet at Hampden with a place in the Scottish Cup final up for grabs.