CRAIG GORDON admits Alfredo Morelos must be sick of the sight of him after the Celtic shot stopper thwarted him once again on Sunday.

The Rangers striker was denied at point-blank range twice in Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final with two outstanding saves as Graeme Murty’s men pushed for a way back into the tie.

Gordon’s heroics were reminiscent of some of his stops in the 0-0 draw with Rangers back in December when he kept out Morelos to preserve Celtic’s unbeaten run against their rivals under Rodgers.

“Yeah – I’d imagine he does hate the sight of me but it’s nice when you get an upper hand on a striker,” said the Celtic keeper.

“It doesn’t always happen and I’m sure he will get more chances. I’ll try my best to keep them out even if the law of averages says he will get one eventually.

“It was pleasing for me to keep a couple of his efforts out and it helped the team which is the most important thing.”

“It was quite sharp – one of the best parts of my game is the reflex save and I’ve had quite a few this season.

He added: “That was another to add to the list and it’s always good when you do it against your biggest rivals in a semi-final.

“I’ve had a few similar ones – one at that end in the League Cup Final against Motherwell. It’s been a good end of the ground for me and hopefully I can produce a few more.

“If we play the way we do then maybe I won’t have to make many more.”