Steven Gerrard had the final say after Alfredo Morelos fired a dying winner to send Rangers a little closer to the Scottish Premiership title.
The Gers boss was sent off at half-time in the clash at the Tony Macaroni stadium after furiously confronting referee John Beaton over his inability to award his team a penalty before the break and reserve Morelos instead for the simulation.
But it was Morelos who had the final say, scoring a winner in the 87th minute to bring the Rangers closer to a first title in 11 years.
And Gerrard was understandably in a very different mood after the game and even revealed that Morelos was dancing topless at Sweet Caroline after his winner.
When asked in his post-match interview if the Colombian striker was getting an unfair reputation, he said: “Don’t worry about Alfredo, he just scored the winner.
“He’s dancing here without a top on Sweet Caroline, he’s fine.
Asked about the playlist for the bus ride back to Glasgow, he added: “I’m sure we don’t usually put on the music, we just have food and go home.
“But I like Sweet Caroline after a win.”
Gerrard also insisted that he couldn’t accept that Beaton and his assistants made the same mistake.
He said: “It’s a 100% penalty. I am someone who wants to support public servants as much as I can because I realize how difficult the job is.
“I’ll go with one of the officials making a mistake, a real mistake – but I can’t have three making the same mistake.
“John Beaton is looking at him clearly, the linesman is looking at him clearly and the fourth official is looking at him clearly.
“I have everyone’s worst sight and I can see it clearly.
“I’m going to make a mistake and I will keep trying to do everything I can to support the officials, but I can’t have it when three make the same mistake.
“It’s really irrelevant.”