Gloating Rangers fans mock rivals Celtic by flying 'Can you see us now? 55 titles' banner over match at Dundee

CHEEKY Rangers fans have taunted rivals Celtic by hiring a plane to fly over Dundee stadium Tannadice.

Gers are just one point away from their first title in a decade after beating St Mirren 3-0 at Ibrox yesterday.

They could be crowned champions for the first time since 2011 this afternoon if Celtic fail to get all three points against Dundee United.

And just minutes after the noon kick off at Tannadice, a plane appeared over the stadium with the message: "Can you see us now?! #55 titles."

Hoops supporters have poked fun at their Old Firm rivals over the years after racking up nine-in-a-row and a historic quadruple Treble.

But Steven Gerrard has destroyed the Parkhead club's dreams of an historic ten-in-a-row after a near-perfect season.

Yesterday thousands of Rangers fans descended on Ibrox as they kicked off the early title celebrations.

Boss Gerrard and star striker Morelos' cars were mobbed by supporters as police paved a way for their cars to get into the carpark.

Fans chanted 'Here we go, ten in a row' and 'One Shane Duffy' outside the stadium, as well as letting off flares.

Gerrard and his soon-to-be title winners hung out of the Ibrox dressing room window to celebrate with fans after meeting them at the gates.

Liverpool legend Gerrard was pictured pumping his fist in the air as he looked out of the window at the supporters.


While Colombian favourite Morelos could also be seen waving around what appeared to be a bottle of beer as he also celebrated at the open window.

Footage later emerged of Gerrard dancing with his players in the dressing room.

While another hilarious video captured the Gers boss sliding across the changing room floor.

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