"We've got top players and they did that today".
"I was standing next to the fourth official and he was shouting: "Foul, foul, foul" down his microphone, so I assumed it would be given".
Gerrard said of the possible signing of 38-year-old McAuley, who left West Brom in May, "I hope that it is going to be the case".
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Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers saw things differently, telling reporters that his side dominated the game from start to finish.
"I thought we performed exceptionally". "We were the team looking for the equaliser".
"Second half we were a lot better", Gerrard said.
"The first half we didn't play enough and we didn't make enough passes, although our shape was okay". The scoreline doesn't really reflect our dominance.
Celtic deservedly picked up all three points from the encounter, although Rangers could argue that the goal should not have counted due to a foul in the build-up.
In Rodgers' two years in charge in the east end of Glasgow the arch-foes have met 10 times, with Celtic winning eight, while Rangers' most satisfactory performances yielded only two draws, both achieved during Graeme Murty's spells as caretaker.