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Rangers players made me proud after Celtic performance, says Graeme Murty

13 March 2017

Celtic host Rangers in the Ladbrokes Premiership on Sunday as the Glasgow rivals face each other for the fourth time this season.

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His tweet was met with the predictable responses - many recalling the hammering in September and some reminding him of tweets from as far back as 2012 that proclaimed his fondness for the Hoops. 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. We are a strong team and we will take that into the next games. "It's not nice to have that kind of result, so they'll be right up for it". "I'd been challenging them all week, saying you're the only ones who believe in yourselves".

"It was great for me and I really enjoyed the experience".

Stuart Armstrong crowned a tireless performance by arrowing in a superb 35th-minute opener - his 11th goal of the campaign - but Brendan Rodgers's side were short of their best and flagged during the closing stages.

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"When you concede late on it feels like a loss, but, in the next couple of days, we will realise we have kept our run going and we are still unbeaten". It's disappointing for myself that I had two one-on-ones.

"We made a change at half-time to try and get more superiority centrally, and we then took control of the game".

"These games are always high-pressure and a bit hectic".

A point doesn't do them much good in that regard, so why was the draw celebrated so much by the players and the supporters at the end of the match?

Rangers players made me proud after Celtic performance, says Graeme Murty