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‘Absolutely outstanding’: Some Rangers fans in awe of 28-year-old’s ‘sensational’ display today

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‘Absolutely outstanding’: Some Rangers fans in awe of 28-year-old’s ‘sensational’ display today

A number of Glasgow Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to praise Ibrox captain James Tavernier after he impressed for Steven Gerrard’s side today.

Rangers ran out 4-0 winners over Dundee United at Ibrox in an eventful and controversial game where Gerrard lost four players to injury.

Leon Balogun suffered an injury before kick-off, the summer signing replaced by Filip Helander in the starting XI, and Ryan Jack hobbled off just 11 minutes into the game.

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Despite these setbacks, Rangers took the lead soon after, Ryan Kent combining well with Ianis Hagi for the former to then slot home a low finish.

Following another injury, Brandon Barker pulling up and having to come off, Tavernier marked his 250th Gers appearance with a goal, pouncing at the back post after a low ball bypassed the Terrors defence.

Kemar Roofe and Scott Arfield then netted after the interval for a comprehensive win, but not before Alfredo Morelos had to be stretchered off, a Ryan Edwards challenge leaving the Colombian with a thigh wound.

There’ll be a lot for Gerrard to ponder after the game, not to mention questions being asked of Kevin Clancy’s refereeing performance, but on the plus side, Tavernier – a player who’s split opinion in the past – coming for huge praise.


Aside from his goal, the 28-year-old was a constant threat down the right flank and also contributed well defensively, helping Rangers to a seventh consecutive clean sheet.

Here is what some Bears were saying about Tavernier on social media:

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