Published: Tue, April 02, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Late Forrest strike seals Celtic win over Rangers

Late Forrest strike seals Celtic win over Rangers

The Gers slim chances of winning the Scottish Premiership are now over after they suffered a 2-1 defeat to the champions at Celtic Park on Sunday afternoon.

Then it was James Forrest who turned out to be the hero of the game as he scored the victor for Celtic just five minutes from time.

"Thanks for the support and affection you've always given me".

'I don't even remember it, ' said Brown on Kent striking him in the face, despite it being one of the key moments of the match.

"I promise to do everything in my power to ensure that nothing like that happens again and to give the club and the fans my all".

Brown got their top score sent off, he's going to earn a lengthy ban for their top midfielder and well, he's probably done them a favour getting Halliday sent off up the tunnel.

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In the aftermath of Celtic's late victor, Kent approached Brown - who instigated the incident leading to Morelos seeing red - and shoved him the face. Rodgers, of course, is no longer around but the slight wobble under Neil Lennon - a draw and two last-ditch winners in their last three - has gone unpunished by Steven Gerrard's side, who have remained consistently inconsistent.

Kent somehow escaped punishment for aiming a punch at Brown as Celtic celebrated their victor, which has put the title race firmly in their hands, and there were further scuffles after the final whistle, sparked by Brown, Bain and Andy Halliday.

"Maybe (Halliday's red card) is deserved, but only if the guy who antagonised it from the beginning is punished as well".

"It wasn't to be though, and now we just have to look forward to Hearts on Wednesday".

Many pundits and fans alike immediately began to speculate that Brown has purposely tried to rile the Colombian, whose poor disciplinary record has mounted all season.

Gerrard promised a tougher approach to discipline within his squad when asked if Morelos could change his ways.

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