Brendan Rodgers focused on Rangers in attempt to continue rewriting history

Carrie Guzman
April 16, 2018

Hartson, who won the league title in Scotland with Celtic three times, may not be popular among the Rangers fans, but the Ibrox faithful will agree with the 43-year-old former Wales worldwide striker's comments.

After defeating a meek Rangers side 4-0 at Hampden, Celtic face Motherwell in the Scottish Cup final on 19 May.

"That isn't to say that the two of them might not end up on the pitch at the same time". And Rodgers was delighted with what his players served up and feels they worked out Rangers' tactics and controlled the game.

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Brendan Rodgers' men dominated their rivals, with goals from Tom Rogic, Callum McGregor, Moussa Dembele and Olivier Ntcham reward for a fine performance.

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The win was all but wrapped up five minutes into the second half when Dembele burst down the left wing and cut inside before being pulled to the ground by McCrorie, who was shown a straight red card before the Frenchman chipped the penalty cheekily past Foderingham.

"I believe that Alfredo does get there, that we can find him in there and I do believe that given the opportunity, he could hit the back of the net for us".

"They looked like they were trying to block the middle but that gave us space down the side", he continued.

"I've seen Alfredo saying in the press that he is going to score - that's the mindset of a centre-forward", he said. From there we had really good control throughout the game. It was always going to be a hard game.

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