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Ibrox Stadium (Glasgow)

Rangers 0-1 Celtic

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Celtic beat Rangers 5-1 in their Premiership - Championship Group match at the Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow.

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Goals
7 mins — Rangers vs Celtic 0-1 — Sinclair penalty vs Rangers
18 mins — Rangers vs Celtic 0-2 — Griffiths goal vs Rangers
52 mins — Rangers vs Celtic 0-3 — McGregor goal vs Rangers
66 mins — Rangers vs Celtic 0-4 — Boyata goal vs Rangers
81 mins — Rangers vs Celtic 1-4 — Miller goal vs Celtic
87 mins — Rangers vs Celtic 1-5 — Lustig goal vs Rangers
Match Stats

Rangers Starting Lineup

1 - W. Foderingham
3 - C. Hill
6 - D. Wilson
2 - J. Tavernier
61 - M. Beerman
23 - J. Holt
20 - E. Hyndman
11 - J. Windass
9 - K. Miller
33 - M. Waghorn
14 - J. Dodoo

Celtic Starting XI

1 - C. Gordon
23 - M. Lustig
20 - D. Boyata
5 - J. Šimunovic
63 - K. Tierney
8 - S. Brown
14 - S. Armstrong
42 - C. McGregor
27 - P. Roberts
11 - S. Sinclair
9 - L. Griffiths

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