Baffled Philippe Clement rages at Rangers no goal as he points to Celtic 'foul' that was TEN TIMES worse

Gutted Philippe Clement believes Rangers' disallowed goal against Celtic should have stood - because Dujon Sterling was denied a foul TEN times clearer.

The boss vented his frustration at whistler Nick Walsh after his side went down 1-0 to Adam Idah's late strike that means they end the season with just the League Cup to show for it. They thought they had a lead in the second half through Abdallah Sima but after a VAR check, it was ruled out for an alleged push in the back of Joe Hart by Nicolas Raskin.

The gutted Rangers boss believes it was his side's best derby performance of the season - and thinks they deserved to win it. But he was left rankling at the disallowed goal, pointing to a first-half incident in which he reckons they were denied a much clearer foul than the one given against Celtic keeper Hart.

He told Rangers TV: "By far our best Old Firm this season. The better team, getting six shots on goal, they got two shots on goal. You feel you are so close to winning, then the disallowed goal - really, really big decision from the referee. If you compare with other decisions like the push on Dujon Sterling in the first half, which was 10 times more than that, but no foul. So disappointed about that. But I'm most disappointed for the fans, we wanted to give them that."

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