Video: Highlights as Celtic B trounce Rangers in Glasgow Cup

Celtic B team beat theRangers B 3-1 in the Glasgow Cup earlier today. The team, managed by former Celtic defenders Stephen McManus and Darren O’Dea, secured the win thanks to a brace from Joey Dawson and a fine strike from Mackenzie Carse. theRangers even played two first team players, John Souttar and Ridvan, Yilmaz from the start as they sought to claim the victory. However, the young Celts put on a show at the Ibrox club’s training centre.

It was goalless up until half-time, before Celtic ramped up and went for their rival’s throats. Dawson struck three minutes into the half, before a stunning Carse effort made it 2-0 shortly after. Dawson made it three as the hour mark approached. Ross Macausland pulled back a late consolation goal for theRangers.

That result incidentally completes the set of recent Celtic wins over theRangers with Fran Alonso’s Celtic FC Women recently beating theRangers 3-0 just a few days before Ange Postecoglou’s side beat Mick Beale’s side 2-1 in the League Cup Final at Hampden. Yesterday’s 3-1 away win for Celtic B over theRangers made it three wins from three!

Matthew Marr’s debut Celtic book – The Bould Bhoys! Glory to their name – is out on 24 March on Celtic Star Books

Pushing the launch of Matthew Marr’s debut Celtic book – ‘The BOULD BHOYS – Glory to their name’ back a week to Friday 24 March. Thanks to everyone who has ordered since we announced the book last night via an interview with the author. Please note that all pre-ordered books will be personally signed by Matthew Marr and you can order below if you’d like a signed copy posted out to you 24 March.

READ THIS...‘The Bould Bhoys – Glory to their name’ by Matthew Marr

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Born just as Celtic were stopping the Ten, Lubo98 follows Celtic home and away and helps run his local Celtic Supporters Club. He goes to all the games and is a Law Graduate. Has a particular fondness for Tom Rogic among the current Celts and both Lubo and Henrik form his earliest Celtic memories.

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