Union Bears hit back at the Green Brigade in Twitter video after Rangers victory at Celtic Park

The Union Bears have released a video on social media mocking their Celtic counterparts after Rangers’ 2-0 victory at Parkhead this past weekend.

A poster of Connor Goldson celebrating put up near Celtic Park.
A poster of Connor Goldson celebrating put up near Celtic Park.

A double from Connor Goldson gave Steven Gerrard’s men a surprisingly straight-forward victory at the home of their rivals as they moved four points clear at the top of the table.

Prior to the match, Celtic supporters group the Green Brigade released a series of images showing posters they’d put up around Glasgow with famous derby moments from the past that went in the champions’ favour.

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The Union Bears have since responded with a poster campaign of their own. The Rangers supporters group released a video on Twitter showing fresh posters with images from Saturday’s match at various spots around Glasgow, including outside Celtic Park, Ibrox and in the city centre.

They also appear to have graffitied the wall of the Celtic Supporters Association building with the ‘0-2’ scoreline.

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