Rangers duo Alfredo Morelos and Greg Docherty embroiled in furious tunnel bust-up in front of stunned Celtic staff after Hampden horror show, according to reports

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		Gers suffered a dreadful afternoon on the pitch before things went from bad to worse with the pair allegedly being separated by team-mates
	
	
									RANGERS duo Alfredo Morelos and Greg Docherty were involved in a post-match bust-up following their Hampden horror show, according to reports.
Graeme Murty’s side suffered a horrendous afternoon as they were thrashed 4-0 by rivals Celtic in their Scottish Cup semi-final clash.


		

				
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		Bruno Alves tries to calm down Alfredo Morelos	Goals from Tom Rogic, Callum McGregor, Moussa Dembele and Olivier Ntcham booked the Hoops’ place in the final as they aim for a double-Treble.
But there were even worse scenes for the Ibrox side after full-time as Docherty and Morelos had to be pulled apart as they clashed moments after the final whistle.
A witness told the Daily Record: “Emotions were running high. Morelos and Docherty went for each other and it was just as well there were enough people around to split them up before things got completely out of hand.
“To make matters even more embarrassing some of Celtic’s backroom team were present at the time and they saw what went on.”


		

				
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		Frustrations boiled over for the Ibrox side	The reports claim Portuguese veteran Alves acted as a peacemaker as the duo sparked chaotic scenes after angrily exchanging words on the pitch.
The incident followed Andy Halliday’s X-rated rant after he was axed just before half-time following Callum McGregor’s goal.
Halliday voiced his displeasure, screaming ‘f***ing bawbag’ after a supporter emerged from his seat to have a go at the midfielder.
Speaking on the incident, ex-Gers star Kris Boyd said: “I can understand why he [Murty] has made the change.
“Something had to happened.
	
		 
	
	
“You don’t want this scene but Andy’s frustrated.
“The Rangers midfield haven’t got near anybody.
“Scott Brown would’ve been as well playing with his slippers on.”
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