The Scotland left-back and former Hoops’ star has hailed the topsy-turvy thriller at Ibrox.

Arsenal return categorically ruled out by Kieran Tierney as defender addresses Real Sociedad stay chances

Kieran Tierney, a former Celtics player, says he was “devastated” to watch Rangers salvage a draw on derby day, but he still believes the Hoops will win the championship.

 

Brendan Rodgers left Ibrox with only one point, and with just one point separating the two Glasgow heavyweights at the top of the Scottish Premiership, with the Light Blues having a game in hand against Dundee, Rabbi Matondo saved the day. This season’s last meeting between the rivals might be pivotal in the fight for the championship when Philippe Clement leads his team to Celtic Park.

New Rangers boss Philippe Clement keen to bring winning mentality back to Ibrox | The Independent

And while being devastated that Adam Idah’s late goal was negated by the Welsh winger, Tierney, a devoted supporter of Celtic, says he won’t be discouraged from believing his old team will win the Cup at the conclusion of the season. First, the Scotland and Real Sociedad defender said to fafatalltimesports.com of the thrilling 3-3 derby: “It’s one of the best games I’ve watched in a long time.

Adam Idah to the rescue for Celtic as double seals late win over Motherwell | beIN SPORTS

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