Bhoys will be boys
Pandemonium ensued in a fiery clash at Parkhead as James Forrest’s late finish meant the Hoops edged the Old Firm Derby
A FEMALE steward was injured by Celtic fans rushing onto the pitch to celebrate taking the lead against Rangers in the Old Firm Derby.
Pandemonium ensued at Parkhead as Odsonne Edouard broke the deadlock for the Scottish champions on their way to edge a dramatic 2-1 win over their fierce rivals.
A female steward was injured after wild on-pitch celebrations at Celtic
Dozens swamped the goalscorer on the edge of the pitch and even a tiny toddler managed to get involved as security desperately attempted to restore order.
However, in the ensuing chaos, a female steward was pictured being treated for an unknown injury before she was carried away after fans had returned to the stands.
Shortly after, Gers striker Alfredo Morelos was given a straight red card, his FIFTH of the season, for an elbow on Celtic captain Scott Brown.
The visitors equalised when on-loan Liverpool winger Ryan Kent produced a stunning solo goal and fired past Scott Bain just after the hour mark.
However, Celtic earned the derby day bragging rights when James Forrest struck a late winner after James Tavernier’s uncharacteristic error gifted possession away.
Hoops captain Brown was then at the centre of further anarchy after sparking a mass brawl after the full-time whistle that meant both sets of players had to be pulled apart.
Andy Halliday took exception to the 33-year-old’s overzealous celebrations which resulted in the Rangers man being sent off in the tunnel afterwards.
Brown may end up serving Rangers with a hat-trick of bans if the Scottish FA punishes Kent for shoving the Celtic star which escaped the notice of the referee.
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