Ange Postecoglou shot critics after Motherwell’s victory

Ange Postecoglou shot critics quickly on Saturday after Celtic won 2-0 at Motherwell and took advantage of the Rangers slip-up.

Hoop was six points behind his fierce rivals at the Scottish Premiership, but the Rangers drew one-on-one to Hearts at home, dropping two points in the process.

Postecoglou, who is under pressure after a slow start in Glasgow, is happy to be able to close the gap after defeating Motherwell and many canceling his team’s chances of premiership. I was asked if I was there.

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“I thought the Premiership was over, so I’m not looking at the table anymore,” he replied.

Celtic fans loudly celebrated the news of the equalizer in the second half of Hearts, but Postecoglou said the Rangers result was “zero importance.”

“We’re just doing ourselves … more important to us is that we believe in the team more,” he said.

He added: “Winning here is one thing, but controlling the game should give the boys real belief and confidence to move forward.

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“There are some big games starting on Tuesday (against Ferencvárosi). The important thing for us is to bow our heads and run our race. You do it and you do As you continue to improve, you will see where you end up. “

Portuguese winger Jota fired Postecoglou’s men early on from Tom Rogic’s pass.

David Turnbull doubled the visitor’s advantage when he returned to Far Park on a sensational strike from a long distance.

Dundee United remain ahead of Celtic in 3rd place after beating Hibernian 3-0 on Easter Road.

Celtic’s next match will face Ferencvárosi in the Europa League on Wednesday (AEDT 1:30 am).

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Ange Postecoglou shot critics after Motherwell’s victory

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