NEIL LENNON refused to rule out the possibility that one of his defender's has played his last game for the club amid speculation an injury to Dedryck Boyata has finished his season prematurely.
After the game Lennon gave his verdict on Boyata being out for the rest of the season. He played on having felt a twinge and then he felt a rip five minutes later.
Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday was then dismissed after the final whistle as he was involved in an incident with Brown, the Hoops captain, who was celebrating the victory in front of the travelling Rangers fans.
Celtic's dramatic win over Rangers means Neil Lennon's side, who are 13 points ahead of their city rivals, could win clinch an eighth league title in a row as soon as this Saturday should results from Wednesday and weekend fixtures go their way.
"There was lot of build-up to this game, a lot of emotion".
Should Rangers lose tomorrow evening, two consecutive Celtic wins would see them secure top spot before the Gers have even kicked a ball on Sunday.
"With the experience we've got we should have handled moments a bit better. But we galvanised ourselves and scored a great goal".
James Forrest's late victor put Celtic 13 points clear of their Glasgow rivals and with just seven games to play, it seems certain that an eighth consecutive league title will be heading to Celtic Park, but that could happen sooner rather than later if results go their way this week.