Loads of Rangers fans have been running the rule over Sunday’s action, and they’re delighted with the form of Nikola Katic.
Rangers appeared to have found a centre back duo for the future at the beginning of this season, pairing the young and inexperienced Katic with the commanding leadership of Connor Goldson.
Barring a few rough patches, Goldson has been excellent throughout the campaign, but things have not gone so smoothly for Katic.
The young Croatian lost his place to Joe Worrall, much to fans dismay, and to say Worrall didn’t exactly impress would be an understatement.
Steven Gerrard has recently done what fans wanted all along though and brought Katic back in to partner Goldson, and the 22 year-old has not disappointed.
He won both penalties in the 2-0 win against Aberdeen on Sunday, and between he and Goldson they headed away absolutely every ball that the Dons lumped forward.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below, where the fans have proved the gaffer’s earlier preference of Worrall to be dead wrong…
How good was Katic again today, he’s defo got his mojo back. Boy loves winning a header as well 😁👏🏼
— Cheryl (@gers_chezza) April 28, 2019
He has potential to become a great centre half his progress will flourish under Gerrard
— Carter73#ihatesellik (@Carter7314) April 28, 2019
Yeah glad he’s back, he should have got mom instead of goldson
— Sarah Mck (@sarahmen101) April 28, 2019
Much better than Worrall.
— Lisa HW (@Lisa_H_85) April 28, 2019
hes more aggresive when tackling the ball imo and when a high ball comes in I feel better knowing Katic is in the middle. Capable of scoring a goal or 2 as well.
— Alan McPhail (@almcp01) April 28, 2019
He was excellent today ??
— Mrs Amanda McNeish (@keiramc74) April 28, 2019
Big man was outstanding today and was a good shout for man of the match in my opinion.
— Menzies (@menzies999) April 28, 2019
He was excellent. Makes me wonder why he was dropped.
— Craig Logan (@legendsofibrox) April 28, 2019
Seeing the impact he has made since he got his starting slot back, it is difficult to understand what Gerrard saw better in Worrall that kept him sidelined for so long.
— Petrocelli (@caltat) April 28, 2019