RANGERS sprinted, Celtic jogged.
Rangers poured forward, Celtic trickled. Rangers pressed, Celtic stood off. Rangers believed, Celtic hoped.
Connor Goldson celebrates after scoring for Rangers
Put all that together in any game between any two teams and theres only ever going to be one winner.
Reflect on it after an Old Firm showdown and the losers deserve to be flung around the dressing room like a bag of wet tracksuits.
And lets be honest. Celtic looked and played like losers from first ti…
Liverpool bust ultimate Premier League myth, and leave Manchester City facing harsh reality – Liverpool.com
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Liverpool set countless records on their way to ending their three decade wait for the league title in 2019/20. It was an incredible season, and one which Kopites will treasure forever.
But if there was any slight downside to their remarkable success, it was that it has possibly raised expectations to levels which are beyond realistic. The Reds may have become the first team to win 20 of their opening 21 matches in a major European league last term to use one example of a ridiculous achievement…
Scott Brown in Celtic suspension sweat as compliance officer given Aberdeen ‘elbow’ charge deadline – Daily Record
The Parkhead skipper appeared to catch Scott Wright in an off the ball incident.
Scott Brown faces a sweat on potential retrospective punishment for the Celtic captains alleged elbow offence during Sundays Pittodrie thriller.
The Hoops midfielder, on as a 70th minute substitute, was caught on camera appearing to catch Scott Wright off the ball as he tried to block the Aberdeen man at a throw-in in the latter stages of the 3-3 draw.
Wright was seen holding his mouth after the incident but ref Willie Collum took no action and, as it would be a fast track case, SFA compliance…
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The FPL quotes, notes and stats from Arsenal 0-1 Leicester City
Arsenal 0-1 Leicester City
- Goal: Jamie Vardy (£10.0m)
- Assist: Cengiz Under (£5.9m)
- Bonus: Kasper Schmeichel (£5.5m) x3, Vardy x2, Christian Fuchs (£4.5m) x1
A fairly turgid affair at the Emirates was settled by a late Jamie Vardy (£10.0m) winner, a goal that saw Leicester City move to within a point of top spot in the Premier League.
With Brendan Rodgers initially setting his side up in a striker-less wing-back system and Arsenal struggling for invention in the final third, the game looked be meandering…
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