Rangers Crown Scottish Champions As Rival Celtic Draw To Dundee United

Rangers Crown Scottish Champions As Rival Celtic Draw To Dundee United 
Badmus Abdulsobur 

Steven Gerrard's team are unbeaten in the Scottish top-flight this season and sit 20 points clear of their Glasgow rivals

Rangers have been crowned Premiership champions after Celtic's 0-0 draw with Dundee United on Sunday.

The Ibrox side have put an end to a 10-year wait to lift the Scottish top-flight title.

The result at Tannadice leaves Rangers 20 points clear at the top of the table after 32 matches, giving them an insurmountable lead over their local rivals.

Steven Gerrard's side beat St Mirren 3-0 on Saturday to extend their current winning streak to six games in all competitions and put them within a point of lifting the title.

But the Glasgow side have now claimed the 55th Scottish crown in their history after Celtic failed to win.

The Gers remain unbeaten in the Premiership this season and their next domestic match is away to Celtic on March 21.

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