Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty signed off from his role with a hard-earned draw at Celtic and said new boss Pedro Caixinha will have seen his team's commitment at first hand.
38-year-old Clint Hill was first on the scene to equalise for Rangers. "They showed the kind of tenacity and grit that they've been questioned about". We made a change at half-time and I thought we had much better control in the second half and we looked like we were going to go on and score more goals.
Celtic's second draw in 28 league games takes them 25 points clear of Aberdeen, while Rangers remain in 3rd place, 33 points behind their city rivals.
With things like Twitter and Facebook these things can always come back and bite you, and I'm sure there will be the few Rangers supporters out there who just don't like anything to do with Celtic who will be muttering away online. It was about time they got their rewards because they haven't had many of late and it's a nice way to finish off.
'It was great for me and I really enjoyed the experience. "I want to thank the fans and players again because they have been fantastic for me".
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The camera zoomed into Hill and Miller and eagle-eyed viewers noticed the Celtic ball girl sitting behind the goal produced a very amusing reaction.
Hill added that Rangers were determined to impress in front of Caixinha.
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"I saw the start of the game and St Mirren did well, but I think Celtic were comfortable in the end. The next game and any other game that comes for this group, they know that if they stick together and keep believing they can go and get positive outcomes". It was disappointing we conceded a goal.