Published: Mon, March 13, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Celtic 1-1 Rangers: We were denied clear penalty - Brendan Rodgers

Celtic 1-1 Rangers: We were denied clear penalty - Brendan Rodgers

Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn squandered a brilliant chance to open the scoring but was denied by a fine save from Hoops goalkeeper Craig Gordon before Stuart Armstrong put the league leaders in front after 35 minutes with a fine left-footed strike.

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The aforementioned 5-1 defeat was Barton's last game in a Rangers shirt with his contract terminated in November following a training ground bust up with Andy Halliday.

"I saw the start of the game and St Mirren did well, but I think Celtic were comfortable in the end".

However, the agreement with Al-Gharafa will allow him to watch on at Parkhead and provide some assurance to players. This experience will only make me better for that.

"And then watching the game plan come together and work against a very good team is something I can take with me wherever I go - it really filled me with pride".

"He needs to get the team looking at second again".

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"It says a lot about our season so far and how well we have been doing that coming away with a draw feels like a loss", Armstrong told BBC Radio Scotland.

"I haven't had a feeling like that as a manager, not in that environment just because of everything that goes on around it; the emotion, the atmosphere, the songs and the chanting all the way through".

"We've been questioned by pundits all week - "we're going to be weak" and all this garbage", Hill was quoted as saying by BBC Sport after the match.

He said: "He's obviously a top coach and a top manager and you need to respect that".

"This club has a great history and tradition and I am proud to follow in the footsteps of legendary Rangers managers like Walter Smith, Graeme Souness and Jock Wallace".

'These types of games are always tense and hard games to play in.

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