Gerrard suffers defeat on Old Firm derby debut

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In Rodgers' two years in charge in the east end of Glasgow the arch-foes have met 10 times, with Celtic winning eight, while Rangers' most satisfactory performances yielded only two draws, both achieved during Graeme Murty's spells as caretaker. We believe if we turn up we can beat anyone - especially at Celtic Park.

"I thought we were in the game for a long period of time, in fact for the whole 90 minutes to be honest and it is just disappointing the goal we conceded".

Amid the frenzied atmosphere it was a moment of real quality midway through the second half that finally gave Celtic a deserved lead.

The 20-year-old, who is on loan from Liverpool, has made a decent start to his Gers' career but he was off the pace throughout at Celtic Park, and was guilty of not tracking back when Olivier Ntcham picked up the ball to score the only goal of the contest.

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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. "It's blatant....for me it's 100 per cent foul". "To play in front of them always excites me".

Allan McGregor had otherwise been outstanding, but in donkey kicking Kristoffer Ajer mid-way through the first half, the goalkeeper should have been sent off.

Morelos said: "I am delighted to have extended my contract". "I saw enough to think we can be a match for Celtic in the next fixture".

Steven Gerrard has chose to play new signing Kyle Lafferty and Alfredo Morelos in attack in an enterprising selection for his first-ever game against his former Liverpool boss Rodgers. "It's about how well we play".

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Rangers have been blown away in previous derby games.completely annihilated and scorelines that are not acceptable.

"In the second half we matched then, and if not edged it a bit", he said.

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.

That clearly played a part in the Rangers display, and it might be that the occasion was a little too big for one or two of their youngsters.

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