A Celtic fan invaded the pitch with a toddler in his arms in shocking scenes during a typically fiery Old Firm clash against Rangers on Sunday.
Celtic ran out 2-1 winners against their bitter Glasgow rivals thanks to a late winner from James Forrest, but the game was marred by unsavory scenes from the players and fans.
Rangers forward Alfredo Morelos was handed an incredible fifth red card of the season in the first half after clashing with Celtic skipper Scott Brown.
Tempers frequently flared during the game while pushing and shoving also followed the final whistle at Celtic Park.
The Old Firm certainly lived up to expectations!
Morelos gets ANOTHER red card
Full time ruckus
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Passions spilled over from the fans as well, with particularly worrying scenes when a group of Celtic fans invaded the pitch to celebrate Odsonne Edouards opener on 27 minutes – one of whom had a young boy in his arms.
The fans were eventually moved from the pitch, returning to their seats to see their team pegged back by the 10 men of Rangers when Ryan Kent scored in the second half, only for Forrest to win it late on.
The win extends Celtic's lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership to 13 points over their Glasgow rivals.
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