Rangers beat Celtic in Old Firm derby as Steven Gerrard managed back-to-back away results against rivals for first time since 1997 thanks to Conor ......
Oct. 17, 2020
Rangers controlled the first Old Firm derby from start to finish to record a 2-0 win at Celtic Park.
The lack of fans in attendance made it a strange atmosphere by this fixture’s standards and Celtic were unable to get out of second gear against their fierce rivals.
In claiming the three points and remaining top of the Scottish Premiership, Steven Gerrard became the first manager to steer the club to back-to-back Old Firm top flight wins since October 2009 under Walter Smith. Rangers last won back-to-back away league games at Celtic in March 1997.
It was comfortable for Rangers with Connor Goldson heading them into a 1-0 first half lead and he doubled the lead after the restart.
Celtic’s players, though, may be pleased there were no supporters there to see them manage zero shots on target as there is no doubt the vocal fanbase would have made their feelings known.
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