GERRARD, RANGERS CELEBRATE TITLE WIN
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard and his players celebrated their title win at the club’s training ground earlier today after the dropped points from dethroned champions Celtic. Steven Gerrard has been phenomenal for Rangers since his appointmentfew years ago and he has been able to lead the Europa League campaigners to the Scottish Premiership title. Rangers have watched arch rivals Celtic win titles after titles in the last decade. With the big input fromLiverpool legend Steven Gerrard, Rangers have been able to stop the domination from Celtic on the domestic scene. Celtic had won the last nine league titles in the Scottish Premiership. As a matter of fact, Celtic had won the treble on offer on the domestic front in each of the last season.Rangers have been very impressive in the league this season and they are unbeaten in the league this season.
Celtic handed the Scottish Premiership title to Rangers earlier on Sunday after they failed to beat Dundee United. The dethroned champions could only play a goalless draw with Dundee United thereby confirming Rangers as the champions for this season. Rangers had took a big step towards the league title with the win over St. Mirren on Saturday. Rangers were two goals up inside the first 16 minutes through the duo of Ryan Kent and Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos. The two goals were scored in as many minutes. Ryan Kent gave Rangers the lead on 14 minutes before Alfredo Morelos added a second goal two minutes later. IanisHagi is the son of Romanian football legend Gheorghe Hagi and he was responsible for the third Rangers goal at the start of the second half. The three goals were more than enough to give Rangers the three points that took them closer to the league title. With the win, Rangers move 21 points ahead of Celtic but their arch rivals were able to trim the lead back to 20 points via the draw with Dundee United. In the end, Rangers were able to confirm their league title with the unassailable 20-point lead. It was the first league title for Rangers in a decade.