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Celtic into Scottish Cup final, on course for another treble

16 April 2018

Rangers man Ross McCrorie was dismissed in the 51st minute, which essentially killed off all hope for them. "Honestly, I can't tell you", he said. But when it comes to one against one, you have to actually get up closer to your opponent than we did in the first period. The Hampden slopes housing the Rangers support were emptied long before the whistle sounded on the 4-0 evisceration by their rivals. All four goals were easily avoidable through just basic, good defending. We were good defensively and were a threat going forward. It was embarrassing to come off that pitch after a performance like that. "I completely understand his frustration".

'I would apologise to the fans for the game. We wanted to get a different shape to the team, and Josh fitted that bill. If you deal with people in an emotional state, you get an emotional response.

"Andy's frustrated but I'll see him in the week and have a chat and take things from there".

This fighting spirit was very much evident in two of Rangers' players on Sunday during their 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Celtic although not in the manner that their players may have wished.

"There should be disappointment and frustration and anger there", Murty said.

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"Motherwell are a very honest team, they work very hard, but we know that when we turn up and play, it gives us a great chance".

Celtic were simply playing at a higher tempo and in the 32nd minute Ntcham fired just wide from the edge of the box. "We train every single day and the energy levels are there but we were second best in nearly everything today - second balls, first balls, it was just unacceptable for Rangers".

The Ibrox side rallied in desperation but midfielder Olivier Ntcham scored a fourth from the spot in the 78th minute with Graeme Murty's side fortunate to finish with no further damage.

"It has been brilliant the whole time I have been at the club".

"But it is no good to keep asking for it", he added. "But we didn't do enough for them to want to stay in the stadium today".

Celtic into Scottish Cup final, on course for another treble