Celtic fans react on Twitter after Rangers narrow gap to just four points
Celtic fans on social media have been having a laugh at their bitter rivals’ Rangers expense as the Gers finally won three games in a row in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday.
The Gers’ 2-1 win over Ross County at Ibrox marked the first time that they have won three league games in a row since a Mark Warburton managed side achieved this in December 2016.
Rangers are now back in second place in the Scottish Premiership, ahead of Aberdeen on goal difference, just four points behind the Hoops.
One Bhoys fan hilariously described Rangers’ achievement as the ‘most successful three in a row in the history of football’.
Here are some of the best reactions on Twitter:
Bus waiting to take sevco on victory tour of Glasgow to celebrate winning three in a row. ???????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/BbQvWq5Vwt
— joe conway (@joeconway50) December 9, 2017
Congratulations @RangersFC for finally winning three games in a row in the league for their first time in history.
— Chaz (@charlesniven) December 9, 2017
Congratulations to Graeme Murty. The most successful Three wins in a row in the history of football. The man fully deserves a chance to create his own legacy at Ibrox.
— Electronic Tims (@ETimsNet) December 9, 2017
Well done three wins in a row …..Sevco only… pic.twitter.com/bbML4wxHob
— concomitant lamb (@yossarian67) December 9, 2017
So Rangers* have managed three wins in a row for the first time in nearly 52 weeks. pic.twitter.com/LrcnXsKzT6
— tam sellics son (@gibbygibbo1) December 9, 2017
Graeme Murty gets three-in-a-row as #Rangers manager.
Turn around on the commemorative Christmas DVD is tight, but doable
— Stewart Weir (@sweirz) December 9, 2017
This is how it feels to be Rangers
Caravan moving again as you know
Graeme Murty is here for three in a row
Three in a row
— james© (@jtkerrigan_) December 9, 2017
With Saturday’s win, the Gers narrowed the gap on Celtic at the top of the league to four points, but the Celts have two games in hand on their city rivals.
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The first game in hand is against Neil Lennon’s Hibs at Easter Road on Sunday, with the second against Partick Thistle at Celtic Park.
The Celts will be hoping to turn in a far better performance against Hibs then they did in their last match against Anderecht.
The Bhoys have a busy schedule in December, including a trip to Tynecastle to play Hearts and home matches against both Aberdeen and Rangers before the league goes into it’s winter break on the 30th of December.
In other Celtic news, Neil Lennon has saluted the Hoops’s British record unbeatan run