Rangers beat Celtic after 9 years, storm on Alfredo Morelos for VIDEO cutthroat gesture

Rangers batte Celtic dopo 9 anni, bufera su Alfredo Morelos per gesto tagliagole VIDEO

Alfredo Morelos' cutthroat gesture during the Glasgow derby between Rangers and Celtic (from YouTube)

GLASGOW (SCOTLAND) – The Rangers triumph in the Glasgow derby after nine years. The team trained by the former Liverpool flag Steven Gerrard, won two to one against Celtic making an important step forward in the league title. Thanks to this success, the Rangers are second in the standings less than two from Celtic but have one game less than their rivals for the title.

The success of the Rangers also made people discuss the gesture of his striker, the Colombian Alfredo Morelos. At the time of his expulsion, with the Rangers ahead with the score of two to one, Morelos left the field mimicking the gesture of the cutthroat towards the Celtic fans.

A decidedly anti-sporting gesture that has done nothing but throw more fuel on the fire on a challenge that is already too much lit being one of the most felt derby in the world. Morelos is having an extraordinary season. The Colombian center forward scored 28 goals in 34 games and set the season's goal record in UEFA competitions.

In fact, during the Europa League 2019-2020, he scored 14 goals in 14 games, no player has been able to do better in the Europa League or in the Champions League. At least in this, Morelos is also better than Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi (YouTube video).

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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