Many Glasgow Rangers fans are livid with an article from Matt Lindsay for The Herald and Times Sport in which he suggested the Gers were dominated in the Old Firm derby on Sunday.
Steven Gerrard’s side drew 1-1 at Parkhead with Celtic in what was the third match between the clubs this season. Mohamed Elyounoussi opened the scoring before Alfredo Morelos levelled things up with his first goal in this fixture since joining the 55-time Scottish champions in 2017 (Transfermarkt).
This match was a dead rubber, with the Gers having already wrapped up the title. While the Hoops had more shots and possession, it did not feel as if they were too much better than their opponents. However, Lindsay has suggested Rangers should have lost comfortably, while this also indicates the gap between the two sides is actually not that big.
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Some Gers supporters pointed out, quite correctly, that the 20-point difference between the teams in the Premiership table says otherwise. The article was shared on The Herald and Times Sport’s Twitter page, and these fans took to the social media platform to share their thoughts.
Let’s see what these Rangers fans had to say about Lindsay below
“Rangers had nothing really to play for. They did all their work throughout the season hence the 20 point gap. If Celtic were so dominant why did it end in a draw? You are talking rubbish!”
“Well this is embarrassing on soo many levels.”
“Who writes these things”
“The league was won. No team are ever going to get that motivated after such an easy title win.”
“Still raging ‘cause @rangersfc called him out as a liar and had to apologise”
“A dominant 1-1 draw to keep the gap at 20 points in March. I’m shaking in my boots. Brave John’s got the Gallowgate Galacticos back in the zone…”
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