RANGERS star Alfredo Morelos appeared to taunt Celtic skipper Scott Brown in his final Old Firm clash.
The Hoops midfielder was withdrawn after an hour as he made his last derby appearance before his summer switch to Aberdeen.
Morelos scored a stunning goal for the Light Blues as he grabbed his second derby goal of the season.
The Colombian hitman nutmegged the veteran midfielder before cutting inside and smashing the ball beyond Scott Bain.
The duo are never quiet on the pitch and had their usual niggle at each other during the Ibrox clash.
Pictures show the pair exchanging words while another catches Morelos reacting towards the midfielder as he pointed towards his eyes.
It will be a moment the veteran midfielder will want to forget as the curtain comes down on his Old Firm and Celtic career.
John Kennedy and Co have failed to defeat Rangers in FIVE matches this season with the newly crowned Premiership champions winning four and drawing the other.
As a result, Rangers go through the season unbeaten against their Glasgow rivals and now move to within TWO games of completing an Invincibles league campaign.
RANGERS 4 CELTIC 1 Roofe, Morelos and Defoe pile misery on Hoops in Brown's Old Firm finale
A Kemar Roofe double, and strikes from Morelos and Jermain Defoe secured a stunning 4-1 win for Gerrard's men at Ibrox this afternoon.
Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor was sent off early in the first-half after picking up two yellow cards.
Livingston and Aberdeen now stand in the way in the final two games of the season as Rangers look to go the whole 38 games without picking up a loss and smash through the 100-point barrier
For Brown, it turned out to be a disappointing final derby match with his last outing at Parkhead as a Celtic player coming up next midweek against St Johnstone before a final day clash at former club Hibs at Easter Road.
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