"Second-half, we go down to 10 men, but we have a plan for that - we work in training on the importance of staying calm and the shape within that and I thought the last 30 minutes demonstrated the tactical courage of the team and how we want to play with 10 men".
The hosts were boosted when Jozo Simunovic received a straight red card for an apparent elbow on Alfredo Morelos but the Hoops went ahead for the first time thanks to substitute Odsonne Edouard's 69th-minute finish, two minutes after his introduction.
The former Liverpool boss insists he has taken no notice of the "confident noises" eminating from Ibrox in the build-up to the game but says it is because Rangers expect to take the spoils.
Brown, a mainstay this season with 45 appearances so far, turned in his usual all-action performance, and he played a pivotal role in the Hoops' second goal, as his long ball found Moussa Dembele who levelled the match on the stroke of half-time. "When we study opponents up here, he's been one of the very few goalkeepers I've been really impressed with". They got back into it with a good hit from them but a poor goal from us.
The Northern Irishman said: 'I am delighted for him.
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To say what's followed in the weeks since the latest mass shooting in the United States has alarmed me would be an understatement. Counties opting out of the provision to arms teachers could redirect those funds to hire more school officers, Scott said.
There was a lot of talk before the game but the guys kept their humility and came from behind twice to come up with a brilliant win.
Never one too shy to express himself, Griffiths, a proud Scot no less, didn't take much encouragement to grab the nearest tri-colour.
With Celtic down to ten men and being pushed back by Rangers, as they hunted for a leveller, the ball fell to Morelos, who poked his effort against the post from just two yards out.
"The people on the pitch had more than enough experience and opportunity to go and win that and we've managed to throw it away", Murty told Rangers TV.
'I said to the players, you can't afford to give good players space and time because they will hurt you and I thought they showed that very well today'.