Rogic's Celtic overcome Gerrard's Rangers in Scotland

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In the 62nd minute, Hoops midfielder Tom Rogic tangled with Ryan Jack, leaving the Light Blues player prostrate, before racing up the park where midfielder Olivier Ntcham finished off the move for a 1-0 victory.

Four minutes later Ryan Jack dispossessed the Celtic Captain just outside the area and sent in a right-foot shot from twenty yards that was just over.

As Gerrard was keen to point out, Celtic do though maintain the core that have made a habit of winning.

In spite of his frustrations - which also involved Rangers' inability to retain possession, particularly in a one-sided first-half that was controlled by a Celtic team that did not find the final ball often enough - there was a sense that Gerrard had enjoyed himself amid the madness of it all.

"I think he's lashed out", Gerrard conceded.

This had been a true Glasgow welcome for him.

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Gerrard's first opportunity in management could have been in Milton Keynes and it is fair to say no occasion at Stadium MK could ever compare to the ire that exists here, regardless of any gap that exists between the clubs.

"We played against a team that's been together for two years, with a lot more experience", added Gerrard. But, regardless of whether it was a free-kick, the challenge occurred in the middle of the Celtic half.

Ejaria has had an up and down start at the Gers so far this summer, with a number of initially frustrating performances eventually making way for exceptional displays, most recently away to Russian side FC Ufa.

Glasgow Rangers fans saw their unbeaten start to the season come to an end when they lost 1-0 to bitter rivals Celtic on Sunday afternoon, and after the match one of their loanees came in for a bit of criticism from them. "It's about how well we play".

He said: "We have got quality all over the park".

RANGERS manager Steven Gerrard yesterday claimed referee Willie Collum wrongly ignored the advice of fourth official John Beaton before Celtic broke to score their victor in a feisty Premiership derby at Parkhead. Steven will expect his team to get better as the season goes on. "Our only complaint is not scoring one or two more".

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