Alfredo Morelos breaks social media boycott to celebrate Rangers win v Celtic
Rangers returned to form in the perfect way on Sunday afternoon as they crushed Celtic easily 4-1 at Ibrox.
Goals from Kemar Roofe, Alfredo Morelos and Jermain Defoe sealed all three points for the Bears, who are now on track for their invincible campaign.
The Light Blues are still in the middle of their social media boycott this weekend, something James Tavernier admitted the whole squad is behind.
Alfredo Morelos appears to have broken that boycott this afternoon, as he took to his personal Twitter account to celebrate the crushing victory.
Accompanied by plenty of emojis, the Colombian international shared an image of his celebration after smashing home the second goal.
— Alfredo Morelos (@morelos2106) May 2, 2021
Can’t help himself.
We love this side of Morelos, he always has to have the last laugh, or in this case, the first.
It is a shame that his long-lasting rivalry with Scott Brown in Old Firm games looks set to end, especially after he was pictured clearly telling the midfielder to stop crying.
That can continue against Aberdeen next season, hopefully, should the Colombian want to stick around for another season and ignore the inevitable interest coming his way.
All the players didn’t specifically say they were boycotting social media individually, but we expected them to, the rest have stayed quiet.
Morelos has finally broken his Old Firm duck this season with two goals against Celtic, and this one was certainly the best; it deserved to be celebrated as he did; we can’t wait for more moments like this one.