Published: Mon, March 13, 2017
Sport | By Noel Norman

Old Firm draw 'felt like defeat' for Celtic boss Rodgers

Old Firm draw 'felt like defeat' for Celtic boss Rodgers

Celtic fans will enjoy this gem of a video of Caixinha, then Santos Laguna manager (Mexico), from 2015 when he congratulates his "Celtic Brothers" on their fourth successive SPL triumph... The pair have scored seven of Celtic's eight goals against Rangers this season between them - Dembele with five - and could again prove the difference on Sunday.

It was to be the final game of Rangers' interim manager Graeme Murty with Portuguese boss Pedro Caixinha taking over from next week.

Clint Hill's late goal sealed a 1-1 draw for the visitors and Murty said he felt the team had sent a message to critics who had predicted a comfortable win for the defending champions.

'These types of games are always tense and hard games to play in. We are disappointed with the goal but I'm really proud of the players.

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"Just standing here and experiencing the whole thing, experiencing our fans, their fans and watching the team that you have had a hand in putting together was special."

"St Mirren played well at the start of the game but I think Celtic were comfortable in the end".

Given they've suffered three defeats to the Hoops already this season, it's understandable that it was seen as a good result.

Rangers are third in the standings, trailing leaders Celtic by 33 points. Emerson Hyndman's original effort was kept at bay by Celtic keeper Craig Gordon, but veteran defender Hill made no mistake with the rebound. "The next game and any other game that comes for this group, they know that if they stick together and keep believing they can go and get positive outcomes". I thought the players showed a degree of tenacity and grit that they have been questioned about and challenged about for a long time.

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