Celtic into Scottish Cup final, on course for another treble

Rangers to suspend duo after dressing room bust-up with manager Graeme Murty following Celtic defeat

Rangers to suspend duo after dressing room bust-up with manager Graeme Murty following Celtic defeat

Celtic scored twice in either half and Rangers' Ross McCrorie was sent off shortly after half-time for bringing down Moussa Dembele in the box.

Rogic was replaced soon after on the hour mark.

"There was anger, frustration, all the sorts of emotion you would expect from a changing room that has just gone through that", he said.

"It takes a lot of personality and courage to take that kind of penalty but he was obviously confident that he was going to score".

The Hampden slopes housing the Rangers support were emptied long before the whistle sounded on the 4-0 evisceration by their rivals.

It hasn't been all flawless for them however, Celtic's Champions League campaign was disastrous as they recorded just one win in six games and subsequently went on to compete in the Europa League where they lost to Red Bull Leipzig. Well, maybe so, and it still generates its energy and noise, but Celtic have reduced it to a playful game of cat-and-mouse. 100 per cent. You can speak so many words but you've got to put them into action.

"There are big games ahead of us and we have to get a response between now and the end of the season if we want to finish as we should". "There is not one single Rangers player that would threaten to get in the Celtic team".

We thoroughly deserved it, Celtic boss Rodgers told Sky Sports.

"I spoke about being ruthless in our defence, cutting out mistakes but mistakes cost us yet again and it's just not good enough".

Questioned about the preemptive glee of Rangers fans at drawing Celtic in the first place, Brown suggested that "they can cheer as much as they want, but I don't think they'll be cheering tonight".

Celtic then found their second goal when Russell Martin failing to clear Kieran Tierney's cross and instead presented the ball to McGregor, who gladly dispatched it into the far corner of the net beyond the diving Wes Foderingham. "I will look at myself and learn from it".

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