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Former Rangers star Carlos Cuellar has sent a two-word tweet to his old side after they beat Celtic 2-0 in the Old Firm derby.

The Spaniard wrote ‘so proud’ while also attaching an applauding emoji.

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Despite only spending one season at Ibrox, the now-retired 39-year-old remains passionate about the Gers, a notion reinforced by his tweet.

As The Telegraph states, Cuellar managed to win the Scottish Premier League Player of the Year award in his one and only season in Scotland – the iconic 2007/08 campaign.

The ex-Aston Villa defender made 55 appearances in all competitions during that season, helping Rangers reach three cup finals.

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The Bears reached the UEFA Cup final, but unfortunately suffered defeat to Zenit St Petersburg in the showpiece event.

However, Cuellar helped Rangers lift the Scottish Cup after a 3-2 win over Queen of the South, while he also played a key role in the club’s win over Dundee United in the League Cup final.

One man in particular delivered a performance that the Spaniard would’ve been proud of against Neil Lennon’s men earlier today.

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Connor Goldson managed to score twice against the reigning Scottish champions to help Steven Gerrard record a 2-0 win over the Bhoys.

The win moves Rangers four points above Celtic at the top of the table, although Lennon’s side have a game in hand.

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