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15/04/2018 - 17:17 GMT

Now Get Title Won, Brendan Rodgers Tell Celtic After Rangers Hammered

 




Brendan Rodgers has urged his Celtic side to now get the Scottish Premiership title done and dusted after they saw off Rangers 4-0 to book a spot in the final of the Scottish Cup.

Rangers were hoping to give their Glasgow rivals a test at Hampden, but were simply overpowered as Rodgers' side took total control and eased to a 4-0 win.




Celtic were 2-0 up by half time and then added another two in the second 45, with Rangers reeling. And Rodgers was delighted with what his players served up and feels they worked out Rangers' tactics and controlled the game.

The Celtic boss told BBC Radio Scotland: "I was very proud of the team. It was always going to be a difficult game. There’s always that edge but I thought we controlled it well in the first half.
 


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

"From the first goal we had really good control throughout the game.

"The middle of the park was closed up, Rangers had gone with three flat midfield players. The possibilities are on the outside and we worked that well."

The Celtic boss, whose side can now wrap up the Premiership title against Hibernian at Easter Road next weekend, has urged his men to take care of the league crown in order to then prepare for the Scottish Cup final against Motherwell.

"The important thing now is to close up the league.

"The final will be a tough game, you saw Motherwell yesterday [against Aberdeen]. They work hard and won’t make it easy."