Manager Steven Gerrard says beating Celtic was all about giving Rangers fans Old Business”bragging rights” for the first time in two decades.
Ryan Jack’s first-half target took Rangers amount on points with Celtic at the top of the Premiership.
They’d not conquered Celtic in 12 games since winning the 20-16 Scottish Cup semi-final on penalties and had not won a league derby since March 2012.
“This moment is about the fans. They will have undergone a lot,” Gerrard said.
Rangers dominated the 2nd meeting of the sides this season, having lost 1-0 in Celtic Park in September.
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Gerrard mentioned the triumph over aside handled by his former Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, could let his team to”grow”.
“The players have been out standing all around the pitch. I asked them to create their A game and it was A-plus,” he told Sky Sports.
“We’ll get impression and confidence from this. We were out standing all around the pitch, we all were better to a guy, and we might have won it comfortably. We’re superb.
“We played with courage, belief, we were so brave and also we competed throughout the pitch”
Gerrard picked out midfielder Andy Halliday special praise, with the boyhood Rangers fan meeting in left-back.
“He also epitomised the whole group,” the manager added. “He was outstanding against Hibs and got the right to play.
“Andy Halliday is my own unofficial captain, so I think the environment of him he deserves his nighttime “