Rangers certainly enjoyed their 2-0 win over Celtic at Ibrox in the Scottish Cup and the club couldn’t resist taking aim at their rivals in the post-match of the victory.

Rangers once again slapped Celtic about in every sense of the word, the victory more than deserving of a side who showed much more quality, ability and cutting edge.

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The boys certainly enjoyed themselves this afternoon. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Celtic might’ve had their chances – including a soft penalty from an even softer free-kick – but Rangers are clearly inside not just their team’s heads but in the minds of everyone associated with their club.

And long may it continue. DJ, play Live It Up.

A remarkable Steven Davis overhead kick had the Gers deservedly in front before Joe Aribo made a mockery of a hopeless Celtic defence and his cross was turned in by Jonjoe Kenny.

In the post-match Rangers fans have been celebrating aplenty but the club also left Celtic in no doubts what colour Glasgow is as they reclaimed a city landmark as their own.

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Shining that special Rangers 55 badge on the Finnieston Crane, it was a dominating move by Rangers which only served to take aim at the hopeless bunch over in the eastend.

If that wasn’t enough, the club lit up Glasgow City Centre by beaming a reminder of who are the Champions on the side of the old Metropolitan College/City of Glasgow College building.

 

With a “can you see us now” thrown in for good measure.

And it didn’t end there.

The club took aim at Celtic’s interim manager John Kennedy for claiming that on their day, his hapless bunch of yellow bellies are the “best team in the country”.

Champions again – with the Scottish Cup dream very much alive – and it feels so good.

Rangers also moved quickly to replace a vandalised sign at Ibrox Stadium in something which just evidence the determination of the club to pile on the agony as Parkhead.

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