It might have been a midweek replay, but an Old Firm Scottish Cup clash is never less than dramatic. Trouble is, in 1963, with Celtic manager Jimmy McGrory being over-ruled by his chairman in team selection, and Rangers in the ascendant, the cup was only going one way - west to Ibrox.
Rangers' 3-0 victory at Hampden, with a double from Brand, and one from Wilson, saw the Gers secure a League and Cup double.
Here's Bobby Shearer showing off the silverware to the faithful.
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