Rangers couldn’t resist poking enjoyable at Celtic’s Champions League exit on social media.
The Hoops’ hopes of qualifying for the Champions League group levels for the primary time in 4 years have been dashed following a 3-2 combination defeat to Danish membership Midtjylland on Wednesday.
Now, Celtic will look to qualify for Europe by way of the Europa League within the forthcoming weeks.
Rangers completed 25 factors away from Celtic as they received their first Scottish Premiership in 10 years final season.
And in well timed trend, the Gers tweeted their ‘Objective of the Day’ from Scott Arfield towards – you guessed it – Midtjylland on Thursday morning.
The aim was from 2019 when Rangers knocked out Midtjylland on their highway to qualifying for the Europa League.
The tweet garnered nearly three thousand retweets and over 15,000 likes.
Celtic’s failure to qualify for the Champions League led to former Arsenal star Perry Groves likening the Scottish giants to a League One membership.
He informed talkSPORT: “At this second of time, Celtic are an honest League One group.
“Hull City, Peterborough and Blackpool obtained promoted this 12 months and Sunderland got here fourth – Celtic wouldn’t end above Sunderland in League One.
“Celtic are nowhere close to successful the title.
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“I believe Rangers would most likely be one of many prime six groups within the Championship. I believe in the event that they went straight into the Premier League they’d discover the competitors and the relentlessness each week very taxing.
“In the event that they got here down right here and had a number of years, they might completely set up themselves within the Premier League.
“However the usual of the Scottish Premiership is just not nice.”