Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton has taunted Rangers following the Bhoys' 2-1 victory at Ibrox on Saturday.
Rangers took the lead on home turf in the Scottish Premiership clash in the 12th minute as Kenny Miller was alive to a cross flung in by James Tavernier and reacted quickest to prod his side in front.
But the lead did not last until half time after Moussa Dembele, in a moment of brilliance, controlled a Scott Sinclair corner and blasted a shot beyond Wes Foderingham to make it 1-1 after 33 minutes.
Celtic began to crank up the pressure on Rangers in the second half and just when it appeared the Gers had weathered the storm, Sinclair struck.
The former Aston Villa man got on the end of a cross from Stuart Armstrong to poke Celtic in front and the Bhoys held on to their lead to win 2-1 and move a whopping 19 points clear of Rangers with a game in hand.
And Sutton was keen to stress that in points terms Rangers are now closer to Glasgow side Partick Thistle than Celtic.
He wrote on Twitter: "Great game! Credit to Rangers, they made a game of it.
"But closer to Thistle, that's the reality. Scottish Football on up."
Rangers have now lost all three of their meetings with Celtic this season and boss Mark Warburton will be under pressure to deliver at least one Old Firm win during the campaign.