Philippe Clement has revealed he will watch back clips of the full-time whistle fracas between his Rangers players and their Celtic counterparts.

The Belgian insists he wants to get a fuller view of the perpetrator in the situation, which TV images showed to involve Todd Cantwell and Callum McGregor.

The Celtic captain was involved in a confrontation at full-time at Ibrox that sparked ugly scenes, with swathes of players from both sides getting involved in some handbags near the touchline, as Clement tried to break things up.

McGregor - who came on as a sub - shook hands with Cantwell after the final whistle. The pair appeared to be exchanging verbals before Cantwell shoved the Scotland international. Greg Taylor was then quick to barge in to support his team-mate

And no matter who was at fault for the incident, Clement insists he doesn't want his Rangers players involved in such dealings, as he called for calm amid their tilt for the Premiership title.

"I didn't see what really happened or how it started," the 49-year-old admitted. "So, I will look at images about that, because I don't want that.

"I want everyone to stay calm, after the game also, and there are no fussy things. That's why I tried to calm down everyone as fast as possible. I'm glad we managed to do that."

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Also speaking to Sky Sports, McGregor said of the situation: "Listen, it's football. It's two passionate teams that want to win. It's no drama at all."

Chris Sutton, who was on Sky co-commentary duty, could not resist a dig at former Norwich City star Cantwell.

He said:ย "That's daft from Cantwell. Do your talking on the pitch, Tik Tok."

Rangers will go to Dundee on Wednesday night knowing if they can win they will top the table by two points heading into the split.