Much has been said about the poppy in the run up to Remembrance Sunday yesterday. Rangers fans, who also pride themselves on displays of remembrance and an association with the military didn’t disappoint on the 100th year anniversary of World War I ending.

A stunning stand sized display on the Govan Stand was the cherry on the top of a superb day at Ibrox. Wreaths were laid, the fans contributed to a special display of remembrance and Rangers also delivered on the pitch. A 7-1 scoreline at times actually flattered Motherwell. It could’ve easily been more.

The other major game took place in Livingston, were Celtic were held 0-0 by the Lions at the Tony Macaroni. But it wasn’t just the scoreline that Rangers fans commented on. Despite an at times angry reluctance of Celtic fans to do so, Brendan Rodgers also wore a poppy in an act of remembrance on the touchline.

There was a big day of Remembrance Sunday celebrations at Ibrox as Rangers also ran out 7-1 winners. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

That’s despite there being no poppy on the Celtic strip. Rangers fans were also quick to commend Rodgers for the gesture on the 100th anniversary of World War I ending.

Rodgers wore the poppy despite it being against club policy.

Here’s what Rangers fans had to say.