Rangers have piled on the agony in the aftermath of the club’s 2-0 Scottish Cup win over Celtic at Ibrox by releasing a special video surrounding a series of projections around Glasgow.

The Gers beamed special messages and images onto a range of Glasgow landmarks with this special video being produced with the intention of highlighting the fact that Glasgow is Blue.

The special Champions 55 logo was beamed onto the club’s stadium with the message “THIS IS OUR CITY” also being shined onto the ground.

The stunning light show and projections were beamed around Glasgow as the club laid claim to the city of its birth.

Rangers also took the opportunity to thank the club’s supporters for their support this season also beaming the message “thank you Rangers fans near & far” as part of the video.

 

The likes of the old Met/City of Glasgow college building and the Finnieston Crane were used as part of the campaign.

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However, it wasn’t only in beaming images all over the City or in reminding our rivals of the colour of Glasgow in the aftermath of the result that the Gers landed a dig on Celtic.

The Ibrox social media team also took aim at Celtic’s interim manager John Kennedy for claiming that on their day, his side are the “best team in the country”.

Rangers fans might be piling on the agony after the victory over Celtic in the Scottish Cup but in contrast, the Parkhead support has struggled to come to terms with the reality of the footballing situation in Scotland.

One former manager was clipped ranting about the result post-match with an Ibrox anthem hilariously blaring over the Tannoy behind him.

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