Former Celtic player Chris Sutton has taken to Twitter to hail his former side absolute demolition of Rangers in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
Celtic secured a comfortable 4-0 win against arch-rivals Rangers on Sunday afternoon and the Hoops will now face Motherwell in the tournament final in May.
Goals from Tom Rogic and Callum McGregor put Celtic in front during a one-sided first-half and they continued the impressive result in the second-half.
Ross McCrorie was booked a red card for already struggling Rangers, with Moussa Dembele and Olivier Ntcham both scoring penalties in the second-half.
Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic side looks all good to go for another domestic treble and the club’s unbeaten run streak against Rangers now 10 fixtures.
The foootball turned pundit Sutton took a dip at Rangers on social media at full-time and believes his former club made light work of them.
.@btsportfootball Celtic outstanding 4 and should’ve been more????The game the Rangers players cheered for…. The gap is closing…. Rangers were brutal⚽️ Brendan 10 in a row unbeaten⚽️
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) April 15, 2018
“Celtic outstanding, four and should’ve been more. The game the Rangers players cheered for. The gap is closing. Rangers were brutal. Brendan 10 in a row unbeaten [against Rangers],” Sutton wrote on his personal Twitter account.
Celtic completely outclassed Rangers in the semi-finals and the the Hoops boss has had in Scotland has to be praised. The former Liverpool manager enjoyed success with Liverpool and is now on course to take Celtic to new heights, with back-to-back victories still on the cards.
They played the Gers off the park and there is every suggestion the Hoops can continue their dominance for years to come. From a Rangers fan perspective, the loss is a huge eye-opener for them and there has to be wholesale changes in the summer if they are to have any hope of getting back in the hunt for silverware.