Alfredo Morelos was one of the protagonists of the Glasgow derby last Sunday, May 2 at the Ibrox Stadium. The Colombian scored a great goal for his team to go to halftime with a 2-1 advantage in a commitment that ended 4-1 in favor of the already Scottish League champion.
In addition to participating directly in the scoreboard, the British press emphasized a cross between the Colombian striker and the rival’s captain, the same ones who had already had collisions in previous classics, as in an opportunity with expulsion for the Colombian.
Daily Record reported that in an action he ended up beaten Kris Jaer, so that Scott Brown went directly to the judge to ask for the expulsion of Morelos by one leg raised.
“It has gone to the head! That’s exactly the same as Callum McGregor“, said the captain of the visit, referring to another play in which Celtic’s ’42’ received the second yellow and left his team with 10 men in the first half.
The Colombian’s response was a crying gesture directed at Brown and he left the place without being admonished. Morelos spent 84 minutes on the court, when he gave his place to Ianis Hagi.
Two games remain for Rangers to close the season in Scottish football, in which champion was consecrated several dates in advance. On May 12 he will visit Livingston and finish the campaign on May 15 at home against Aberdeen.