Celtic Thrash Rangers To Reach Scottish Cup Final

Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace on the pitch at Hampden Park ahead of Sunday's final

Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace on the pitch at Hampden Park ahead of Sunday's final Credit Getty images

The Old Firm game is held up as maybe the most ferocious derby of all, a fearsome and risky clash between two great tribes.

Celtic will now take on Motherwell in the Scottish Cup final; the prospect of back-to-back domestic trebles still very much on for Rodgers' side.

So determined to ensure the bragging rights of Glasgow both teams are well aware that it is the most important fixture of the season and will put their bodies on the line to ensure the win.

The Hoops thumped Rangers at Hampden Park and were inspired by their Australian midfielder, who opened the scoring with a crafty piece of skill in the 22nd minute.

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Morelos was involved in the bust up.

Now this one is over, there are a few games still left in the league, but the possibility is there.

Tavernier said "100 per cent" there were strong words between the pair in the aftermath of their eighth defeat across a record ten-game winless run in the derby over the past 19 months. Morelos and Docherty went for each other and it was just as well there were enough people around to split them up before things got completely out of hand.

James Tavernier sought no hiding place following his Rangers team's hiding in yesterday's Scottish Cup semi-final with the Ibrox captain decrying his team-mates' efforts as so "embarrassing" that it was justifiable the club's faithful were "disgusted" by the performance.

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Murty admitted it was the lowest point of his footballing career.

McManus is still doubtful as to whether the bids really arrived and says whoever rejected them on behalf of Rangers should be chased out of Ibrox.

"I was reacting to the situation in the game". I would ask for the patience and ask them to keep believing but we can't keep asking it.

"We were just passive; I don't know why", Murty said.

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"There was anger, frustration, all the sorts of emotion you would expect from a changing room that has just gone through that", he said.

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