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Todd Cantwell stunner crowns Rangers comeback at sparse Ibrox as Celtic champagne stays on ice - 3 talking points

Rangers recovered from two goals down at rain-lashed Ibrox to beat Dundee 5-2 and ensure Celtic will have to work for the point they need to clinch the Scottish Premiership title.

It was a roller coaster night at Ibrox which threatened to turn ugly when Jordan McGhee and Antonio Portales stunned a flat and sparse crowd with goals late in the first half. Ross McCausland netted to half the deficit before the break and Cyriel Dessers levelled early in the second half before a Todd Cantwell stunner and a double from substitute Scott Wright completed the turnaround.

Philippe Clement made five changes from the derby defeat with Cantwell among those who came back in after his surprise omission for Parkhead and it was up to him and others to try and lift a sparse crowd who turned up on a grey night that resembled the mood after the derby defeat. Ridvan Yilmaz, who came in for Borna Barisic at left back, was the first to try his luck with an effort from distance beaten away by Jon McCracken. The Turk was bright early on and set up Mohamed Diomande for an effort just wide before the Ivorian had another shot deflected just wide.

With the pressure effectively off after the title dream all but died at Parkhead, there was a real intensity about the home side although there was a heart-stopping moment when Jack Butland made a meal of a Ben Davies passbook and the Englishman was lucky to avoid an embarrassing moment.

Cyriel Dessers went down after Ryan Astley appeared to push the striker in the back but referee Matthew MacDermid was having none of it, and VAR Andrew Dallas didn’t spot anything worthy of a spot kick. Rangers came closest after quarter of an hour when Dessers fed Fabio Silva who was clean through but the on-loan