Celtic defeated Rangers on Sunday afternoon to claim yet another trophy at Hampden Park in the most nervy Glasgow Derby in recent history.

With three big decisions in the Celtic XI, Neil Lennon opted for Lewis Morgan up top, Johnny Hayes at left-back, and Mohamed Elyounoussi returning to the wing.

With emotions high, Rangers came out strong, but Fraser Forster was as good as ever to cancel out every shot on target. By the end of the first-half, Celtic knew they had to change something with hardly any threatening possession.

Celtic finally broke the deadlock after 60 minutes from a set piece sent in from Ryan Christie and guided in by Christopher Julien’s right boot in front of the Celtic end.

Just three minutes later, however, Celtic were forced to subtract a man after Jeremie Frimpong tugged Alfredo Morelos to the ground. Frimpong was then shown a red card for denying a goal-scoring opportunity and making no genuine attempt for the ball.

On the ensuing penalty kick, taken by Morelos, Forster saved it down to his right. Not the greatest penalty, but Forster did well to not give a rebound, popping the ball high and away.

Rangers didn’t seem to create many chances despite the man advantage as Celtic closed out the game with Nir Bitton joining the back four.

Here are four findings from Celtic’s latest Glasgow Derby win: