Celtic 1-2 Rangers (AET): Greg Taylor gives Ange Postecoglou’s side the lead and Scott Arfield fires Gers level in normal time… but Carl Starfelt’s own goal in the second half of extra-time helps Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men to the Scottish Cup final
- Greg Taylor gave Celtic the lead via a deflection off Rangers’ Calvin Bassey
- Scott Arfield later put Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side level on 78 minutes
- In extra-time, Celtic’s Carl Starfelt netted an own goal to hand Rangers victory
- The Gers will now face Hearts in the final of the Scottish League Cup on May 21
Rangers booked their place in the Scottish Cup final after defeating Celtic 2-1 in extra-time at Hampden Park on Sunday afternoon.
The Gers will face Hearts on May 21, and will make their first domestic cup final appearance since 2009.
Greg Taylor gave Celtic the lead in normal time following a deflection off Calvin Basey, and substitute Scott Arfield levelled on 78 minutes with a fine strike past Joe Hart.
Celtic centre-back Carl Starfelt, however, put through his own net in the second half of extra-time, as Rangers held on to progress to the final.
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