Published: Mon, September 03, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

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We believe if we turn up we can beat anyone - especially at Celtic Park.

The Gers went down 1-0 to a second-half Olivier Ntcham goal, and Gerrard offered a frank and honest assessment after the game.

"I was standing next to the fourth official and he was shouting: "Foul, foul, foul" down his microphone, so I assumed it would be given".

I spoke to him (the referee) and he disagreed but when he sees it (again) I think he will change his mind.

It arrived not only because of the speed of a counter-attack, but also because Jack was not around to disrupt Rogic's advance, having fallen on the edge of Celtic's penalty area under the challenge of the Australian.

That play carried on was doubly significant because Jack had been Gerrard's most important midfield figure - someone who gives the impression that with time he could become to Rangers what Scott Brown is to Celtic. For me it's a blatant foul, he's swept his legs.

Allan McGregor had otherwise been outstanding, but in donkey kicking Kristoffer Ajer mid-way through the first half, the goalkeeper should have been sent off.

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Steven Gerrard has made a decision to play new signing Kyle Lafferty and Alfredo Morelos in attack in an enterprising selection for his first-ever game against his former Liverpool boss Rodgers.

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard appears dejected after the final whistle.

In Rodgers' two years in charge in the east end of Glasgow the arch-foes have met 10 times, with Celtic winning eight, while Rangers' most satisfactory performances yielded only two draws, both achieved during Graeme Murty's spells as caretaker.

"We will improve and next time this fixture comes around we'll be better", said Gerrard.

"I actually thought we were growing into the game - in the second-half we were a lot better".

RANGERS manager Steven Gerrard yesterday claimed referee Willie Collum wrongly ignored the advice of fourth official John Beaton before Celtic broke to score their victor in a feisty Premiership derby at Parkhead. Steven has done well getting them organised so we had to be patient.

"We had one or two decent openings - one from Morelos produced a good save then one from James (Tavernier) might have worked the 'keeper a bit more".

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