Celtic Vs Rangers: Seven arrested during Old Firm Scottish Cup clash for 'assault' and 'sectarian chants'

Seven people were arrested during yesterday's Old Firm clash at Hampden Park.

Celtic and Rangers fans packed out the national stadium for the Scottish Cup semi-final, with the Gers winning 2-1 after extra time.

Police say the arrests across the match related to various different offences, including alleged assault and sectarian signing.

Another person was hit with a fixed penalty fine for possession of a pyrotechnic.

The policing operation during the fixture has been described as "large and complex" with multiple partners across the country drafted in to ensure minimal disruption was made to members of the public.

Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland, Divisional Commander for Greater Glasgow said: "The Scottish Cup semi-final between Celtic and Rangers at Hampden Park in Glasgow on Sunday, 

“ Police Scotland had a proportionate plan in place to support the event and to deal swiftly with acts of violence, disorder and anti-social behaviour.

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