I can't defend him anymore, I think I've gone above and beyond.
He would receive his marching orders for his actions, his fifth red card of the season.
"He'll be punished internally for it and we'll move forward".
Brown was outstanding and every single Gers player was caught by him, hook line and sinker.
"The money is no use to his team-mates it is more use to the supporters, that's what I will recommend and we will see what happens from there".
Gerrard's side had a chance to win it with a quarter of an hour remaining, but Ryan Jack could only steer Kent's pull-back over the bar from inside the area.
However, Gerrard had sympathy for Halliday, who remonstrated with Brown after the Celtic midfielder celebrated in front of the 800 Rangers fans at the final whistle.
"The Alfredo Morelos incident comes from being provoked, the Ryan Kent incident comes from being provoked, and Andy Halliday at the end". I've given my players the benefit of the doubt on too many times.
"So Andy is going in to protect his own people".
Celtic captain Scott Brown capped off a successful afternoon as chief wind-up merchant by poking fun at rivals Rangers in his post-match interview, following Celtic's crucial victory.
"Maybe (Halliday's red card) is deserved, but only if the guy who antagonised it from the beginning is punished as well".
"I'm not happy with the treatment of Scott Brown today", Lennon said, as quoted by BBC Scotland.
Scott Sinclair nearly doubled the home side's lead in the early stages of the second half but saw his strike deflected into the side netting, and then Mikael Lustig sent a thumping strike from outside the area narrowly wide.
Our players kept their discipline really well and Rangers should have been down to nine men rather than 10.