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Live Reporting

Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. Cheers for now

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    That's all for today folks after Scottish Cup wins for Hibs and Rangers.

    We have a full Scottish Premiership card on Wednesday, so make sure you join us for that.

  2. Celtic 'lacked belief in front of goal' - Kennedy

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Celtic interim manager John Kennedy tells Premier Sports: "We were too soft in our pressing, first half, and lacked belief.

    "Second half, we reacted well and were on the front foot. But the big chances we had, we weren't clinical.

    "In front of goal we didn't have enough belief. When it stays 2-0, you have a mountain to climb.

    "Our second half was much better but this game was all about the result, nothing else."

  3. 'We were back to our best' - Gerrard

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard tells Premier Sports: "I thought we were back to our best. Celtic played their part, it was a really good cup tie. Celtic had their moments in the game but we soaked that up really well.

    "We rode our luck at times but I don't think anyone could take it away from us that we deserved it.

    "I thought the penalty was really soft. I find it really hard to believe how the referee could give that one."

    Rangers now face St Johnstone twice in a week; on Wednesday in the league at McDiarmid Park before hosting the Perth men in the Scottish Cup quarter-final.

    Gerrard said: "We won the league really early and from my point of view I've seen the boys come off it, but it was important we made a statement today, we had to be close to our best to beat Celtic and we were. The question is can we maintain it until the end of the season?

    "It's important now we treat every game like it's going to be an Old Firm. If we do it'll be an interesting end to the season."

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard with defender Connor Goldson at full-time
  4. 'No talk of double yet'

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Stuart McCall

    Former Motherwell and Rangers manager on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Rangers were favourites against St Mirren in the League Cup, so there will be no talk of the double, although it will be at the back of their minds
  5. Big changes since Rangers' last derby cup win

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Rangers were the last team to beat Celtic in the Scottish Cup, in a semi-final back in April 2016.

    The only player involved that day that is still at Ibrox is captain James Tavernier, who returned from injury today to take a place on the bench.

  6. 'Familiar failings for Celtic'

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Defending has been a major problem for Celtic all season and mentality comes into it. Rangers defend so well as a group
  7. McGregor 'outstanding' for Rangers once more

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Tom English

    BBC Scotland's chief sports writer on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Rangers have a goalkeeper who does things Celtic goalkeepers have failed to do consistently this season - and that's make big saves. Allan McGregor was outstanding.
  8. Hibs cruise into last eight

    FT: Stranraer 0-4 Hibernian

    You'll be able to see the goals from Hibs' comfortable win at Stranraer on Sportscene too.

    Those highlights are already available online.

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  9. Hutton & Maloney on the Sportscene couch

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    You can catch highlights of Rangers' victory on BBC Scotland at 19:15 BST.

    Alan Hutton and Shaun Maloney are the pundits joining host Jonathan Sutherland.

  10. Gers & Saints meet before cup clash

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Rangers, still unbeaten in the Premiership, will play a quarter-final rehearsal against St Johnstone in Perth on Wednesday.

    Celtic must pick themselves up for a visit to Aberdeen, who will have their tails up after a debut win for manager Stephen Glass yesterday.

    The Dons are desperate for points as they bid to catch Hibs in third place.

  11. What next for Celtic?

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Where do Celtic go from here?

    Searching for a new manager and in need of a major rebuild, is the simple answer but the task is not so straightforward.

    On balance of play, there wasn't much between the sides today but Rangers were clinical, while the visitors were painfully profligate.

    Odsonne Edouard ponders what might have been after his penalty miss
    Image caption: Odsonne Edouard ponders what might have been after his penalty miss
  12. 'Another step in the right direction' - Davis

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Rangers goalscorer Steven Davis tells Premier Sports: "We knew how important it was for us.

    "Both teams had chances in the game. In the second half we could have taken better care of the ball, but in the end I think we deserved the win.

    "At a club like Rangers questions are always asked of you. We want this title to be the first of many. This is another step in the right direction."

    Steven Davis scored with an acrobatic overhead kick
    Image caption: Steven Davis scored with an acrobatic overhead kick
  13. Rangers rubbing it in...

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    It didn't take long for Rangers to have a bit of fun with John Kennedy's comments from last weekend...

    After thrashing Livingston, Celtic's interim boss claimed: "On our day, we are still the best team in the country."

    Those remarks immediately generated headlines, with Rangers 20 points ahead with the title already in the bag.

    View more on twitter
  14. Quarter-final line-up complete

    Remember, the draw for the last eight has already been made.

    Here's how it looks, with all of the games coming up next weekend.

    • Rangers v St Johnstone
    • Kilmarnock v St Mirren
    • Aberdeen v Dundee United
    • Hibernian v Motherwell
  15. Defeat leaves Celtic empty-handed

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    It's five years and one day since Celtic last lost a Scottish Cup match.

    Having completed a remarkable four trebles in a row, they will end this campaign with nothing in the trophy cabinet.

    That hasn't happened since 2010.

  16. Rangers remain on course for the double

    FT: Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Premiership champions Rangers will be strong favourites to complete a league and cup double now.

    The Ibrox side last managed that in 2009.

  17. FULL-TIME Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    That's it. Celtic lose their grip on the Scottish Cup, with Rangers rolling into the quarter finals, where they will host St Johnstone.

    Steven Davis fired in the opener, with Jonjoe Kenny knocking in an own goal.

    Celtic spurned a few gilt-edged chances, with Allan McGregor keeping out an Odsonne Edouard penalty.

    Rangers are now unbeaten in five derbies, winning four of those.

    Steven Davis knocked in an early goal for Rangers at Ibrox
    Image caption: Steven Davis knocked in an early goal for Rangers at Ibrox
  18. Post update

    Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Celtic are still hunting for a goal but Leigh Griffiths volleys over the top from a tight angle as Allan McGregor fails to deal with a corner.

  19. Four minutes to go

    Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    We're into stoppage time now.

  20. Post update

    Rangers 2-0 Celtic

    Celtic sub Albian Ajeti will get five minutes or so as he takes over from Mohamed Elyounoussi, who might well still be thinking of that earlier heavy touch in front of goal.