Charlie Mulgrew has provided some insight into how the Celtic squad will have reacted to Rangers' shock Scottish Premiership loss against Ross County. 

Philippe Clement's side had the opportunity to close the gap on Celtic in the title race when they travelled to Dingwall on Sunday, but sensationally fell to a 3-2 defeat, which has switched the momentum back in Celtic's favour. 

Rangers do have their much-anticipated game in hand versus Dundee to come tonight, where they can reduce the deficit to a single point.

However, the Ross County setback will have really lifted the spirits of everyone at Celtic, according to former defender, Mulgrew, and despite admitting you never want to be relying on a rival slipping up, he knows Brendan Rodgers and Co will have been jubilant. 

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"It's brilliant," he said. "I remember being there myself and your looking at results and you can just imagine the players looking when Ross County went 2-1 up. 

"They will just keep looking at their phones scared to refresh their app to see what the score is. 

"Probably when Ross County scored the third and they got the notification, they would have fully expected Rangers to have equalised. 

"To go 3-1 up, and even then it finishes 3-2, it's a great buzz.

"You don't want to be relying on other teams of course, but if a favour happens then it's a great feeling."