Moussa Dembele posts Twitter verdict after Celtic destroy Rangers
By Will Butcher
Moussa Dembele has revealed his delight on Twitter after watching from the sidelines as his Celtic side smashed Old Firm rivals Rangers 5-1 at Ibrox.
French wonderkid Dembele missed the clash after suffering a hamstring injury last time against the Gers in the Scottish Cup semi-final, which has ended his season prematurely.
Posting on his personal Twitter account after the full-time whistle, Dembele said “this is how we do it” before accompanying the tweet with the hashtag “Dembelition”.
This is how we do it ????????#WhatElse#Dembelition
— Moussa Dembélé (@MDembele_10) April 29, 2017
Celtic took the lead within the first 10 minutes, as Patrick Roberts was brought down in the penalty area by Gers youngster Myles Beerman before Scott Sinclair dispatched the spot kick.
It went from bad to worse for Rangers, as Leigh Griffiths struck a sublime effort to give Celtic a 2-0 lead at the break before Callum McGregor scored his second in two games to make it three.
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Defender Dedryck Boyata was solid throughout the match and he steered a close-range header past Wes Foderingham, before Kenny Miller got one back for Pedro Caixinha’s side.
However, the result was made even more humiliating for the Gers late on as Mikael Lustig danced through the Gers’ rearguard before curling an effort past inside the far post.
The result sees Celtic secure their second 5-1 win against Rangers this season and their fifth Old Firm victory overall from six matches, as they continue to dominate Scottish football.
In other Celtic news, here are three things learned from the demolition of Caixinha’s side.