Steven Gerrard goes after the referee following defeat to Celtic

Steven Gerrard goes after the referee following defeat to Celtic

Frenchman Ntcham bagged the victor in the 62nd minute to end the Liverpool legend's unbeaten start to the season and move Brendan Rodgers' side three points behind league leaders Hearts. We believe if we turn up we can beat anyone - especially at Celtic Park.

"I thought they were going to be like Barcelona".

Gerrard, who expects to sign Northern Ireland defender Gareth McAuley when he returns from worldwide duty, said: 'For me it is a foul and it is also a foul for the fourth official.

Next time this fixture comes round, we'll be better.

After striking the crossbar three times, the hosts finally got the breakthrough they deserved after 62 minutes as a flowing counter-attack saw James Forrest send a cool pass across goal for Olivier Ntcham to deliver the decisive blow. I wondered why he hasn't seen a clear swipe from Rogic on Jack. For me it's a blatant foul, he's swept his legs. He added: 'We played against a team who have been together for two years and they have a lot more experience.

McGregor had kicked Kristoffer Ajer off the ball in the first-half after collecting and clearing a free-kick by his namesake.

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Rangers manager Steven Gerrard appears dejected after the final whistle.

It was a exhausted performance from the men from Ibrox, which was understandable after they were playing in Russian Federation in the Europa League qualifiers just 60hrs prior to the Old Firm derby.

Gerrard wasn't happy with his side's display in the first half of the match and is hoping they perform for the full 90 minutes the next time they take on their city rivals.

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard told the club's official website: "I said we were talking about giving Alfredo a new deal and I am delighted to confirm we have now done exactly that". "We didn't give too much away, then had the courage and quality to play".

'It was an outstanding win for us and a very good performance.' Gers boss Steven Gerrard felt Ryan Jack was fouled in the build-up to Celtic's victor but Rodgers disagreed.

Gerrard and his troops will look to bounce back from their first defeat of the season a week on Saturday when they welcome Dundee to Ibrox.

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