Unseen Celtic vs Rangers moment as Brendan Rodgers and Alex Rae clash on sidelines

There was plenty of action on the pitch as Celtic beat Rangers - three goals including one at the wrong end and a red card.

As always when these teams met, sparks flew as John Lundstram's sending off came after a rash tackle as he went steaming in on Alistair Johnston and VAR helped referee Willie Collum upgrade his initial yellow. The Hoops held their nerve to see out the three points despite some late pressure from the ten men.

There was plenty going on off the pitch too and we shared with you some of the best pictures of the day. But one moment that seems to have gone unnoticed was a clash between Celts boss Brendan Rodgers and visiting coach Alex Rae on the sidelines.

Hoops number two John Kennedy and Gers manager Philippe Clement intervened and Rodgers and Kennedy appeared to see the funny side of something. There didn't seem to be any bad blood at full-time however, as all involved shook hands.

Rodgers and Rae had previously exchanged words at the last Old Firm clash, the 3-3 draw at Ibrox last month. The Gers coach looked fuming as he spoke to the Northern Irishman next to the dugouts.

Both managers were involved in a war of words in the media in the build-up to this one. Rodgers had triggered it by saying he was looking to "have fun" at the derby.

He said: “Take nothing for granted, keep our composure, we have a lot of work to do in the week, get our plan ready.

"And then next Saturday we can have a bit of fun.”

Clement took offence, saying: "That it is something that I would never say about an opponent. But okay, we will see.

“It’s not really respectful towards my team. That is what I think. So I will never say things like that about an opponent.”