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Adam Idah’s last-minute goal sees Celtic beat Rangers in Scottish Cup final

Adam Idah’s dramatic last-minute strike earned Celtic a 1-0 win over Rangers in the 150th anniversary Scottish Gas Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park.

Gers striker Cyriel Dessers missed a couple of chances in a goalless first half before replacement Abdallah Sima had the ball in the net in the 59th minute, only for referee Nick Walsh to rule it out for a foul on Hoops keeper Joe Hart.

The Light Blues, energised by pacey substitutes, looked the more likely to get the breakthrough but when Ibrox keeper Jack Butland spilled a long-distance drive, substitute Idah, on loan from Norwich, swooped to knock in the winner.

Celtic won their third successive cinch Premiership title last week with the help of 10 points from 12 against their city rivals and while this was the first time Rangers had been the better side over 90 minutes, the Parkhead outfit still found a way to win and increase Brendan Rodgers’ remarkable record against Rangers – just one defeat in 18 Old Firm games in his two spells as Celtic boss, leaving Philippe Clement to ponder on how he changes things next season.

A peculiar build-up to the season finale saw Rodgers confirm his squad were in good condition and at full strength.

By contrast, injury-hit Clement admitted that he would have to wait until the day before the game to see which of his several doubtful players declared themselves fit and how many minutes they could offer.

Gers fans were pleased and relieved to see defender Leon Balogun and Ridvan Yilmaz back in the side while midfielder John Lundstram – suspended for two games after being sent off at Celtic Park earlier in the month – returned but only to the bench.

A 50-50 split in supporters for the first time this season added noise and colour as the