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29/12/2018 - 22:16 BST

Craig Gordon Kept Scoreline At Rangers Respectable, Celtic Legend Admits


Kris Commons has admitted that Celtic had goalkeeper Craig Gordon to thank for keeping the scoreline respectable in their 1-0 defeat at Rangers.

Rangers dominated their Glasgow rivals in the Scottish Premiership encounter at Ibrox and claimed the three points thanks to a Ryan Jack goal in the first half.

Commons was shocked at what he saw from Celtic and admits that Rangers were the better team all across the park.

The former Celtic man said on Sky Sports Football after the match: "
It was [an all-round brilliant performance from Rangers] and it's probably the first time I've seen it this season.

"I think in all departments, the way they pressed, the way they passed the ball, the passion.

"It was strange to see Celtic dominant in nothing

"It was so unlike Celtic.

"But listen, for two and a half years they have been the dominant force, everyone can have an off day.

"For me, looking at that Celtic team today, Callum McGregor is possibly the only one who would get a pass. I think everyone else played below par."

And Commons admits that if Gordon had not managed to pull several saves out of the bag, the scoreline would have better reflected the one-sided nature of the match.

This could have been three, four, without even taking into consideration they hit the post.

"The saves that Craig Gordon made kept the scoreline respectable."

Brendan Rodgers will now look to regroup and recover his players as Celtic head to Dubai for the winter break, while Rangers boss Steven Gerrard will take heart from the fact his side go into 2019 sitting level on points with the Bhoys in the Premiership.