There was a period when Old Firm fixtures, treacherous in nature, proved the most meaningful when en route to success.
Morelos has struggled to make his mark in big clashes against Rangers' rivals Celtic this season and he again failed on Sunday at Hampden Park as Brendan Rodgers' men crushed the Gers 4-0 and booked a spot in the Scottish Cup final.
"There is not one single Rangers player that would threaten to get in the Celtic team".
Morelos was involved in the bust up.
It hasn't been all ideal for them however, Celtic's Champions League campaign was disastrous as they recorded just one win in six games and subsequently went on to compete in the Europa League where they lost to Red Bull Leipzig.
One unnamed witness explained that the pair went for each other on their way to the dressing room and the incident was witnessed by members of Celtic's backroom staff.
Tavernier said "100 per cent" there were strong words between the pair in the aftermath of their eighth defeat across a record ten-game winless run in the derby over the past 19 months.
Never short on confidence, Brown's assessment of how he felt things would go did pan out accurately enough.
They will clinch a seventh consecutive title if they beat Hibernian on Saturday at Easter Road with Motherwell the only team that can stop them winning the treble in the cup final.
Murty admitted it was the lowest point of his footballing career.
"The first half was a total embarrassment for Rangers, they were so far off the pace".
"It's a lonely place standing on the sidelines when that's going on".
"I can only apologise as much as I can [to them]". "You can speak about the occasion, obviously it was massive match for both clubs but all I ask from my players is the bare minimum, to show energy around the pitch and putting in a fight and we showed a lack of that, which disappoints me".
"We were just passive; I don't know why", Murty said.