Andy Halliday completed 90 minutes in the win over St Mirren on Saturday – and some of the Rangers fans on Twitter hailed him for the quality of his performance.
The Light Blues completed a 2-0 victory in the league and left it wait to pick up the three points.
Daniel Candeias’ late 80th minute strike put the visitors in front, before in-form centre-forward Alfredo Morelos scored again in stoppage time.
The Gers are now third-placed in the league table and that result should ease some pressure on manager Steven Gerrard.
A selection of Rangers fans on social media decided to single out Halliday for praise after his display and he’s managed to turn it around at Ibrox.
The 27-year-old is a versatile ace that is a defensive midfielder by trade, but has slotted in nicely at left-back in recent weeks and his flexibility has seen him become an important first teamer under Gerrard.
He was sent out on loan last season and it looked like he didn’t have a future with the Scottish giants, but Gerrard has given him a reprieve.
Halliday has become a consistent performer in recent weeks and his no-nonsense approach is making him a fan favourite.
Here are some of the Rangers tweets on Halliday’s latest display:
Halliday has a cracking game today,some cross from Candeias too👍🏼😂😂
— Lewis Blair (@Lewisblairrr) November 3, 2018
Thought Halliday was good again today
— Beattie (@michaelbeattie_) November 3, 2018
Halliday. Brilliant deliveries always plays his heart out no matter what position he gets told to play in and doesn’t moan ❤💙🔴⚪🔵⚽️
— Rebecca McAuley (@BeccaWL_xx) November 3, 2018
Got to give it to Halliday thought he was brilliant, won everything and never stopped trying
— Aaron (@Aaron14952297) November 3, 2018
Thought Halliday played decent again today.
— Becks⚽🇬🇧🏴 (@becks1872) November 3, 2018
I make that 2 MOTM preformances from Halliday in a week.
— Private Aye (@privateaye72) November 3, 2018
Players celebrating with there own fans and getting booked has to be the worst rule in football absolute joke, big win Halliday immense, great change from Gerrard cmon🇬🇧
— Steven Easton (@eastybeaver98) November 3, 2018