Chris Sutton stands his ground in RecordSport column as the former Celtic striker hits back at Michael Beale the assistant manager of Rangers.

Last month the Rangers man insisted that the league cup final was one of the most one sided finals in history and Sutton reminded him what bus the trophy went home on.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – DECEMBER 08: Scott Brown of Celtic lifts the Betfred Cup following victory in the Betfred Cup Final between Rangers FC and Celtic FC at Hampden Park on December 08, 2019 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

“As for the domestic cup competitions, unblemished. Through to the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup with the Betfred Cup already tucked in the cabinet for a fourth straight term.

Having listened to the postscript over recent months and rhetoric coming from Ibrox, I realise it was the most one-sided game through Rangers domination since Arbroath beat Bon Accord 36-0.

“There’s just one problem with all of that talk. The trophy ended up leaving Hampden on the Celtic team bus headed back for the party at Parkhead. Cup ties are about winning, aren’t they?”


Sutton never misses the chance to rub salt in wounds

There’s no doubt that the Ibrox club were by far the better team ON THE DAY, but Scott Brown and his Celtic squad are experts in winning trophies in Scotland and that will never change, its in our DNA.