Kenny Miller: Areas for improvement at Rangers are evident

Kenny Miller: Areas for improvement at Rangers are evident

Kenny Miller, who signed a one-year contract extension with Rangers on Friday, netted a consolation for the hosts (81).

Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to support Celtic star Scott Sinclair after a fan was pictured making a monkey gesture in his direction at Ibrox on Saturday.

The second came when Emerson Hyndman was robbed of possession by Stuart Armstrong, who played it out to Griffiths.

Frustrations were already boiling over in the stands and they erupted in appalling fashion as the champions wheeled away to celebrate, with a Rangers fan leaping from the Govan Stand to confront Celtic skipper Scott Brown.

It could have been three not long after when, after a quick counter, Griffiths rattled the crossbar from the edge of the box with Foderingham well beaten. The Northern Irishman is not a man to rest on his laurels, as plentiful as they have been in this remarkable campaign.

Gers were expected to step things up after their meek Hampden display but for the fifth time in six games against Rodgers' treble-chasing troops, they come out second best.

Sadly for the Frenchman, and for Celtic as whole, the danger-man seems set to miss the remainder of the season, coming at a relatively poor time with the age old famous Celtic vs Rangers Derby coming on Saturday.

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"The Simunovic one in the first half, though".

Had McGregor looked outside him and rolled a pass to Griffiths then the striker would have had a tap-in.

Roberts teed up McGregor, who took a touch before firing low through the legs of James Tavernier and into the far corner. At a party Celtic scored 44 points out of 48 possible, with a goal difference of 46-15.

Halliday's foul on McGregor resulted in a yellow card and Griffith's free-kick into the danger area was met by Dedryck Boyata, the defender glancing a header beyond the helpless Foderingham.

Celtic weren't done and Lustig danced away from several challenges before curling home a superb strike to wrap it up in the 87th minute.

The club's Player of the Year played a neat one-two with substitute Joe Garner before placing the ball past Gordon.