Chris Sutton questions whether this moment could be dangerous for Rangers
By Amir Mir
Chris Sutton has questioned whether Rangers celebrating their 1-1 draw with Celtic last Sunday could be “dangerous” for them.
The Gers were delighted when defender Clint Hill snatched a late equaliser against their Old Firm rivals at Parkhead.
It was the first time during this campaign that Rangers had picked up a point against the Bhoys, having lost the previous three encounters, including a 5-1 thrashing in September.
In the link below, you can see a video of Sutton discussing that Old Firm game and questioning why the Gers celebrated in the manner in which they did.
“Do you think that is dangerous for Rangers [celebrating the equaliser],” Sutton asked on BT Sports.
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The club’s chiefs at Ibrox appointed Pedro Caixinha to replace Mark Warburton in the dugout after he left his post in February.
Warburton has since gone on to manage Nottingham Forest where he recorded a point in his first game in charge against bitter rivals Derby County on Saturday afternoon.
Nonetheless, Caixinha will be hoping he can turn the fortunes of Rangers around with his first and biggest test to come next month.
His team will take on Celtic on April 23 at Hampden with a place in the final of the Scottish League Cup up for grabs.
The last time, the Gers picked up a win against the Hoops was the penalty shootout victory in the League Cup last season under Warburton.
In other Rangers news, Chris Sutton also hit out at Neil McCann after this controversial decision involving Celtic.