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Steven Gerrard suffered his first defeat as Rangers manager as his side fell to a one-goal defeat to Celtic in the first Old Firm derby of the season.

Firstly, it's a massive lesson learned for all concerned at Ibrox.

Celtic completely dominated the first half, going close to securing the opening goal through James Forrest.

The second-half followed a similar pattern to the first-period with Celtic carving out the better opportunities and they finally opened the scoring in the 62nd minute when Ntcham put the finishing touches to a nice move after a mazy run from Tom Rogic.

Yet, despite being dominated in the middle of the park, Rangers' defence once again stood up and passed the Parkhead test. From start to finish we dictated, they came to Celtic Park and we showed them who was boss. This reflected in their defending throughout, as they dealt with Odsonne Edouard extremely well.

"Hopefully, in the near future we'll get more training time and when Celtic next come around, we'll turn up for 90 minutes and not just the 45 today in the second half".

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Granted, Rangers weren't in any sort of control during the game. But it would be foolish to deny how impressive the defensive duo were once more. Despite qualifying for the Europa League, the cauldron of Celtic Park was always going to be hot.

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Against Celtic, Rangers were fortunate not to be down to 10 men at half-time when Allan McGregor unnecessarily kicked out at Kristoffer Ajer following a save which, had it been seen by officials, would have undoubtedly resulted in a red card. Celtic bossed the game, yet still struggled to create clear chances in and around the box. The latter wasn't directly from a cross, but it was from a failure to get out quick enough.

Though Gerrard's arrival in the summer has brought many positive changes to Rangers, the Glasgow side have one thing they still need to work on.

The Rangers manager also believes there was a foul in the build up to Celtic's goal.