CELTIC and Rangers fans have been praised for mostly behaving themselves following today's Old Firm clash. 

Glasgow's top cop, Mark Sutherland, said there were "no issues" in or around Ibrox Stadium today, where a large police presence had gathered to discourage fans from gathering. 

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Glasgow Times:

It is the first time the old rivals have faced off since March this year when the country was still under strict lockdown.

One arrest was made for a "minor public order offence", police confirmed. 

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Glasgow Times:

Mr Sutherland, the divisional commander for Greater Glasgow said: "There were no issues in or around the stadium following the match at Ibrox this afternoon and I'd like to thank fans for their co-operation so far today, for staying away from the stadium and not gathering in large numbers.

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Glasgow Times:

"Officers will continue to support public spaces and licenced premises within the Glasgow area to make sure everyone enjoys their evening safely."

Football has been a flashpoint for antisocial behaviour throughout the course of the pandemic, with angry Celtic fans gathering in sometimes violent scenes outside Parkhead earlier this year, calling for former manager Neil Lennon's resignation and Rangers fans' riotous celebrations after clinching their 55th cup title.