Former Rangers star and football pundit Andy Gray claims the Ibrox side “trounced” Celtic in their 2-0 win at Celtic Park.
The ex-Everton striker was speaking after Steven Gerrard’s side strolled the victory on enemy territory in one of the most resounding Old Firm performances in recent memory.
Visibly buoyed by the emphatic result, Gers man Gray couldn’t resist twisting the knife as he made a bold statement about Rangers match-winning display.
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“Rangers trounced Celtic,” said Andy Gray [beIN Sports].
“Those are the words you’re looking for.
“It was very emphatic, and obviously as a Rangers fan I’m absolutely delighted but it was a moment for Steven Gerrard this season.
“They’ve had such a good start to the season, this was Rangers first big real test, Celtic at Celtic Park.
“Could they do it? They were absolutely emphatic.
“Rangers were worthy, worthy winners.”
Rangers put in a disciplined performance in the 2-0 win which saw Steven Gerrard’s side impose their game on Celtic with Neil Lennon’s lacklustre team struggling to contain the Gers.
Rangers defender Connor Goldson got both goals as the Ibrox club went four points clear at the top of the league in one of the most imposing Old Firm displays in recent memory.
The big defender opened up about scoring the derby day double after the match saying that he “didn’t really know what to do” after hitting the back of the net [RangersTV].