Chris Sutton has congratulated Rangers and manager Steven Gerrard after their 55th league title was officially confirmed on Sunday.
Celtic drew 0-0 with Dundee United at Tannadice, meaning that they will welcome Gerrard and his men to Parkhead with a guard of honour this month.
Rangers have been simply sensational this season and even ex-Celtic man Sutton couldn’t help but applaud them.
“Well done to Steven Gerrard and Rangers on a brilliant season and one in a row,” he said via his personal Twitter account on Sunday.
Well done to Steven Gerrard and Rangers on a brilliant season and one in a row👏👏
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) March 7, 2021
Wow. What a week it has been for Rangers fans.
We have Alfredo Morelos’ last-ditch winner at Livingston to put us within four points before a masterful display against St Mirren on Saturday to put the title all but in the bag.
Celtic had to win on Sunday but, presumably out of fear for us winning the title at Parkhead, bottled it against Dundee United and mustered a 0-0 draw.
What a way to get our first title since administration.
We’ve seen Celtic absolutely implode, from the board, to the management, to the players and to the fans.
Fair play to Sutton for congratulating us but it must have been through gritted teeth.
Rangers are champions and we cannot believe it.
Gerrard, Morelos, Ryan Kent, Glen Kamara, Ryan Jack, Connor Goldson, Steven Davis, James Tavernier, Borna Barisc, Allan McGregor and everyone else at the club. You are legends. You will always be Ibrox legends for bringing this club back to where it should be – as Scottish champions.
In other Rangers news, this BBC pundit was wowed by one Gers player in the win over St Mirren.