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Celtic’s Twitter Account Has a Dig at Rangers ‘Cheers’ After Cup Win

Celtic’s Twitter Account Has a Dig at Rangers ‘Cheers’ After Cup Win

Celtic’s Twitter account has taken a dig at Rangers after reports their players cheered drawing the Hoops in the Scottish Cup semi-final.

It was reported after the quarter finals last month that the squad cheered when Celtic were pulled out of the hat alongside them for a chance to reach next month’s final.

Brendan Rodgers spoke about that earlier this week, saying his squad were well aware of it.

And it looks like everyone at Celtic was aware of that story, including their official Twitter account.

They posted the full-time result alongside a caption that looks a lot like a dig at Rangers:

Celtic won 4-0 thanks to a commanding performance and goals from Tom Rogic, Callum McGregor, Moussa Dembele and Olivier Ntcham.

Now they’ll bid for back-to-back trebles with a victory over Motherwell, who beat Aberdeen yesterday to book their place in another domestic cup final this season.

Celtic fans – how happy are you with the performance?

Let us know in the comments below..

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