Scott Brown tells Rangers they don’t have the mentality to win trophies as he explains why Celtic ‘know how to do it’

RANGERS manager Philippe Clement felt his side were the better team in the Scottish Cup Final against Celtic. But when all was said and done, it was the Hoops who were holding the trophy aloft at Hampden Park. GettyIt was Celtic’s day at Hampden as they lifted the Scottish Cup[/caption] AlamyCeltic legend Brown (left) was on punditry duty at Hampden[/caption] Adam Idah’s dramatic 90th minute winner sealed a 1-0 win for the Scottish Premiership champions at the national stadium. The triumph secured Celtic a league and cup double in Brendan Rodgers‘ return season – and also kept their manager’s remarkable record of NEVER losing a Scottish Cup tie going. The win also saw the Hoops equal Rangers’ all-time silverware haul with both Glasgow giants now on 118 trophies. That, of course, means Celtic could overtake the Gers’ haul next season – while another league triumph would also see the Hoops level the Light Blues on 55 titles. It means for Rangers, something has to change fast. Celtic legend Scott Brown reckons it comes down to mentality. The Hoops icon reckons the Gers did indeed play well at Hampden, but the end result came down to one thing. That’s the fact that Celtic know how to get it over the line. Brown told Premier Sports: “It’s a mentality thing. “Celtic have got that mentality, how to continuously win. “Rangers don’t have that mentality. “There’s a slight difference. They come here and play well but just can’t get it over the line. “Celtic always want to get over the line and they know how to do it. “The front three is a huge difference in quality. Celtic going forward look fluid, efficient and like they can continue playing for 90 minutes. “Rangers don’t look like they’re going to create much, to be honest, quality wise. “Rangers work hard and are honest but Celtic have just got that little bit more quality.” Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers at the Scottish Sun football page 

Scott Brown tells Rangers they don’t have the mentality to win trophies as he explains why Celtic ‘know how to do it’

RANGERS manager Philippe Clement felt his side were the better team in the Scottish Cup Final against Celtic.

But when all was said and done, it was the Hoops who were holding the trophy aloft at Hampden Park.

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It was Celtic’s day at Hampden as they lifted the Scottish Cup[/caption]
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Celtic legend Brown (left) was on punditry duty at Hampden[/caption]

Adam Idah’s dramatic 90th minute winner sealed a 1-0 win for the Scottish Premiership champions at the national stadium.

The triumph secured Celtic a league and cup double in Brendan Rodgers‘ return season – and also kept their manager’s remarkable record of NEVER losing a Scottish Cup tie going.

The win also saw the Hoops equal Rangers’ all-time silverware haul with both Glasgow giants now on 118 trophies.

That, of course, means Celtic could overtake the Gers’ haul next season – while another league triumph would also see the Hoops level the Light Blues on 55 titles.

It means for Rangers, something has to change fast.

Celtic legend Scott Brown reckons it comes down to mentality.

The Hoops icon reckons the Gers did indeed play well at Hampden, but the end result came down to one thing.

That’s the fact that Celtic know how to get it over the line.

Brown told Premier Sports: “It’s a mentality thing.

“Celtic have got that mentality, how to continuously win.

“Rangers don’t have that mentality.

“There’s a slight difference. They come here and play well but just can’t get it over the line.

“Celtic always want to get over the line and they know how to do it.

“The front three is a huge difference in quality. Celtic going forward look fluid, efficient and like they can continue playing for 90 minutes.

“Rangers don’t look like they’re going to create much, to be honest, quality wise.

“Rangers work hard and are honest but Celtic have just got that little bit more quality.”


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