Rangers had Alfredo Morelos sent off, however, after Brown had successfully antagonised the Colombia global.
Things got worse for Rangers on the half-hour when Morelos was sent off for swinging his elbow at Celtic captain Brown - the fifth time Morelos has been shown a red card this season.
James Forrest scored a late victor as Celtic won 2-1 at home against Rangers, who had Alfredo Morelos sent off for the fifth time this season, in a pulsating Old Firm derby in the Scottish Premiership on Sunday.
James Forrest then sealed the bragging rights for Celtic with a late victor, but the three goals scored were only part of the action.
"I will recommend to the board that he is fined a week's wages and will also recommend that that fine should go to the supporters who came today because they are the ones who will suffer from his lack of discipline, also his team-mates as well". "I have gone above and beyond for Alfredo".
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"You're playing against a player that loves to antagonise", said Gerrard. "Morelos has asked me for a chat, and that will be picked up". "I'm sitting here hoping and wishing and waiting".
The 22-year-old posted a statement on his Twitter account, saying: "I would like to offer an apology to all the fans, my team-mates and the coaching staff for what happened in yesterday's match".
"He'll be punished internally for it and we'll move forward".
However, Gerrard had sympathy for Halliday, who remonstrated with Brown after the Celtic midfielder celebrated in front of the 800 Rangers fans at the final whistle.
Goals either side of half-time from Odsonne Edouard and James Forrest canceled out Kent's second-half strike to put Celtic 13 points clear at the top of the table with Brown involved in two incidents with Morelos and Kent. Celtic players have the right to celebrate but to do it right in your race, Halliday has the right to protect his own people.