Rangers star Alfredo Morelos’ wife celebrates Celtic win with cheeky dance video

The wife of Rangers star Alfredo Morelos shared a cheeky dance video to celebrate Saturday's crucial derby win over bitter rivals Celtic.

The striker didn’t manage to score during the clash but his side came away with a vital three points, with the Gers sitting top of the Scottish Premiership.

Morelos was typically in the spotlight again after a clash with Hoops captain Scott Brown during the comfortable 2-0 win.

After the game, the Colombian was seen celebrating on social media to celebrate the Old Firm Victory with his partner.

In a short clip posted to Instagram the 24-year-old ace channelled his inner diva.

Wearing a black tracksuit he danced with his girlfriend in the cheeky clip.

The video starts with wife Yesenia dancing away in their Glasgow flat, before Morelos joins in, does a jig and then lifts his partner to the air.

And the forward shared another post on his own account dribbling with the ball as bitter rival Brown chases after him, in a clear dig at the Scot.

He said: “One more victory we go #WATP."

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Fans loved the clip, with one writing: "Well done, both looking good, well done to Alfredo for slapping Brown."

Another added: "Show us your moves Alfredo."

Morelos is never far from the headlines, especially during a big match.

The striker had fans sweating after he appeared to raise his hands with the Hoops’ skipper during the clash.

The pair shared words after the incident and Morelos gave Brown a slap on the back of the head, prompting the midfielder to call him a "f****** d*******".

Despite admitting that Rangers deserved the win, former player Chris Sutton claimed Morelos was lucky not to have been sent off, tweeting: "Rangers the better team and deservedly ahead…not so sure Morelos should still be on the pitch."

The Old Firm derby is one of the fiercest rivalries in football, with 421 matches played so far.

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