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29th Apr 2018

Celtic player used a police officer’s hat during goal celebration against Rangers


Robert Redmond

Steven Gerrard might be having second thoughts about his next career move

The former Liverpool captain is reportedly set to become the new Rangers manager. But Sunday’s match against Celtic showed that Gerrard will have a massive task on his hands should he start his managerial career at the club.

Celtic needed to win the game to claim their seventh consecutive Scottish league title. By half-time, Brendan Rodgers’ side were leading 3-0 and the match had turned into a party celebration for the green and white half of Glasgow.

James Forrest’s strike just before the break sparked jubilant celebrations at Celtic Park.

And prompted Mikael Lustig to borrow a police officer’s hat as the Celtic players and supporters celebrated.

Celtic had opened the scoring earlier in the game when Odsonne Edouard found the net after some great work from Kieran Tierney.

He then scored his second five minutes from half-time.

Tom Rogic made it 4-0 just after half-time and then Callum McGregor got Celtic’s fifth. Gerrard might be having second thoughts about becoming Rangers boss if he is watching at home.