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Sat Apr 29 5:48 pm  #1

Rangers hammered by Celtic.

Old Firm game marred by racism allegations as Gers fan makes ‘monkey gesture’ at Scott Sinclair

Football fans have expressed their shock and disbelief after a Rangers fan was seen to be making racist gestures towards a Celtic player 
at Ibrox today. Those watching the Old Firm game on TV have been quick to condemn images of the man in the Rangers stands making 
monkey gestures aimed Celtic winger Scott Sinclair. The gesture was made immediately after Sinclair scored the opener.

As the team celebrated on the pitch, images appeared of the man appearing to make the shocking gesture just behind the player.
Twitter users have taken to the social media site in their droves, with one man even referring to the incident as “Scotland’s shame.”
“I hope that Rangers fan is happy with his monkey actions towards Sinclair,” said one. Another joined several other fans to contact 
Police Scotland to complain. He sent a message which read: “@policescotland would like to complain about guy in white tshirt making 
monkey signs at Sinclair after penalty on skysports 1.”

Cops are currently investigating the incident.

Rangers 1 - Celtic 5; Brendan Rodgers' side makes history with record-breaking five-goal triumph at Ibrox

Celtic's Leigh Griffiths celebrates after he scores his side's second goal against Rangers.

A LATE Mikael Lustig goal ensured that Celtic racked up a record-breaking triumph over Rangers today - and scored five times at Ibrox for the first time in their 129 year history.
Goals from Scott Sinclair, Leigh Griffiths, Callum McGregor and Dedryck Boyata had put Brendan Rodgers’s side four ahead against their outclassed city rivals in the Ladbrokes
Premiership game. That scoreline would have equalled the Parkhead club's best result at the Govan stadium - they won 4-0 there way back in 1898 - but Kenny Miller netted a late
consolation goal for the home team.

However, Swedish right back Lustig scored a stunning individual effort in the 87th minute to make the final result 5-1 and send the away supporters in the Broomloan Road Stand
wild. Celtic became only the third team in the modern era after their predecessors in the 2003/04 season and Rangers in the 1963/64 season to win five Old Firm games in a single
campaign. The triumph in an often bad-tempered encounter extended Celtic’s unbeaten domestic run to 42 games with just five matches – four Ladbrokes Premiership games and
the William Hill Scottish Cup final – remaining.

Real poor result and nasty ranger supporters with racial comments.


As It Stands

1 Celtic 34 69 94 
2 Aberdeen 34 33 67
3 Rangers 34 10 58
4 St Johnstone 34 6 52
5 Hearts 34 8 46
6 Partick Thistle 34 -3 42
7 Kilmarnock 34 -17 38
8 Ross County 34 -13 36
9 Dundee 34  -19 33
10 Hamilton 34 -20 32
11 Motherwell 34 -24 32
12 Inverness CT 34 -30 25

View full Scottish Premiership table HERE

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