MIKAEL LUSTIG offered up a theory on why The Rangers team cheered when the draw for the Scottish Cup semi-final was made last month.
At the time, everyone was a bit miffed as to why their players and fans seemed so confident in their abilities. Their expectations, which were not based in this reality came back to bite them not once but twice since.
Celtic thumped, and I mean thumped The Rangers yesterday in a game which could have been as many goals as Celtic wanted to score.
Mikael Lustig tried to psychoanalyse what lead to the Ibrox dressing rooms cheers and to be honest, we think he’s nailed it.
💬 Mikael Lustig: “Obviously there was a lot of talk. But we stay calm, we’re humble and we do our talking on the pitch and we’ve won again.”
“They probably knew they were going to get some extra days off and get an extra holiday – that’s probably why they were cheering.” pic.twitter.com/R5CiY7zgDg
— CelticBible (@CelticBible) April 16, 2018