September 19, 2021

Chris Sutton believes Rangers were considered “lucky” against Celtic in the first Old Firm derby of the season when he was laughing in the air with the caller.

Chris Sutton believes the Rangers were lucky enough to beat Celtic in today’s Old Firm derby.

Of Light blues. With all that, the first Glasgow Range match of the season came off. Three points in the middle of the second half thanks to Philip Helander header..

Chris Sutton believes the Rangers turned their fortunes on Celtic.

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Chris Sutton believes the Rangers turned their fortunes on Celtic.Credit: Getty
Philip Helander celebrated the winning goal.

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Philip Helander celebrated the winning goal.Credit: SNS

This victory has come despite the spread of cowardice. Rangers Early in the week

Abrox Side was left. Alan McGregor and John McLaughlin without captain James Turner and their two first-choice goalkeepers.

Winger Scott Wright was also absent, while Nathan Peterson and. Boss Steven Gerrard was missing through self-isolation..

Celtic He went into the game in the middle of the week after watching the struggle of Gavirus, who was affected by Kovid, against Al-Ashkart.

Of Hoops Thrown St. Marine 6-0 last weekend, the victory is against AZ Alkmaar on both sides of their successful Europa League play-offs.

Former Park Head hero Sutton insisted that Celtic were the better team that day, pointing to the prospects of Odson Edwards and Kyogo Ferushi, and he believes new boss Ange Posticoglu changed his old team last month. Is.

During a phone call to BBC 606, Sutton had a heated discussion with a Rangers fan named Paul during a call.

Sutton said: “Go to Paul, are you lucky today?”

To which the caller replied: “Good luck? Chris, we’re finished. Our third choice in goals was the goalkeeper. We never had our captain. We ended up in the Cowboys. The year was used as an excuse, but we didn’t “have the biggest seizure in the first half, but in the last few weeks for all sorts of publicity about Celtic domination of Scottish football, I think That we have put you back in your place. It was Celtic’s strongest team.

Sutton: “Well, it wasn’t. James Forest? Christopher Julian?”

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Savage: “He’s making excuses.”

Sutton: “Paul looks like an honest Rangers fan, but the truth is. [after] Odson Edward’s chance in the first half, the Rangers never really made much. This is a bigger threat than Goldson, Helander pieces. “

Savage: “Didn’t Ryan Kent hit the post in the first half?”

Sutton: “It wasn’t really a chance, it was a good game. Even then, Kyogo had a good chance where he should have kept it with Ryan Christie. I have to say, a good save from McCrory in the end. “It simply came to our notice then.


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Caller: “All I have to say is that this is part of the game. I didn’t come out thinking that McCrory had made some great savings. Remembering McLaughlin and Gerard. “

Sutton: “Are you worried about what you’re seeing across the city? Celtic was a glitch last season, I’ll admit it, as a former Celtic player. You see, the manager was short-lived What I have done, and the signature they have all improved the team and and today it was a lesson in the first half and the Rangers responded like champions, and I’ll take your word for it.

Caller: “Hey, we won 1-0 and I know you’ll be happy with the Rangers’ performance which you don’t want to admit.”


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