I spoke to him (the referee) and he disagreed but when he sees it (again) I think he will change his mind. I wondered why he hasn't seen a clear swipe from Rogic on Jack.
"It's a blatant foul - he's swept his legs", Gerrard later repeated, his ire intensified because the referee remained unrepentant at the final whistle.
Goldson, 25, who signed for the Ibrox club in the summer, said: "Obviously this is the first time I have played in a derby but I have just said that when I came here in pre-season I heard a lot of people say how much better they were, how they beat Rangers 5-0 last season".
Allan McGregor had otherwise been outstanding, but in donkey kicking Kristoffer Ajer mid-way through the first half, the goalkeeper should have been sent off.
Rangers had travelled across Glasgow looking to win at Celtic Park for the first time since 2010 in high spirits thanks to Gerrard's impressive start to his managerial career.
'It was an outstanding win for us and a very good performance.' Gers boss Steven Gerrard felt Ryan Jack was fouled in the build-up to Celtic's victor but Rodgers disagreed. "Defensively, we were strong, we pressed the game well and had the courage and quality to play".
"The goal happened when we were attacking and there is a foul in there, then they basically run from the edge of their box into ours with a free man". "Our only complaint is not scoring one or two more".