Loads of Rangers fans have been giving their verdict on their first away win of the season, and they’ve got plenty to say about Jordan Rossiter.
Steven Gerrard and the Gers finally got an away win on Sunday, firing in three goals in the final ten minutes to put some gloss on the scoreline at Hamilton.
Ryan Kent’s sensational finish had given the visitors a first half lead, but an 80th minute equaliser from Steven Boyd looked to have inflicted more heartbreak away from home for the Gers.
Two James Tavernier penalties completely flipped the script though, before Alfredo Morelos added a fourth in added time.
Rossiter was handed his first start of the season after a spree of injuries, and fans are split on the performance.
The 21-year-old signed for the club back in 2016, but has made just 13 first team appearances.
He had some really good moments during the win at Hamilton, but also picked up a yellow card and probably should have done better for the equalising goal.
As a tough-tackling Scouse midfielder he’ll certainly be in Gerrard’s good books, and you can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
Refreshing he’s already apologised for his mistake which led to goal. Has all the right attributes to go far in this club, if he stays fit.
— Chris McLaughlin (@Chr1sMcLaughlin) October 21, 2018
Try and tackle the boy next time instead a letting him walk by you and just dangling a leg out
— jmf (@johnfinlayson13) October 21, 2018
Did well today. A few good interceptions. Mistake for the goal but he was always likely to be tired after 80 minutes.
— M.H. (@MarkHarvey83) October 21, 2018
Love his honesty and infectious enthusiasm for the game. He can be a very important player for us this season, so I hope he now moves on from his string of injuries..???
— Lach (@lachieGighaGer) October 21, 2018
Great player indeed & as has been said 1000 times “if he can stay fit will be superstar for us” , personally would like to see him playing that same roll but pressing further forward a tad, Class Player
— Red Lion 1872 (@Glasgowmusicman) October 21, 2018
Not for me.. looked cautious the whole game but quite rightly so.. strange game to bring him back in for with that surface. Minutes under the belt though
— Andrew Weldon ?? (@AndrewWeldon18) October 21, 2018
I thought he played within himself. You can understand that hopefully stays fit and a lot more to come off him.
— david batey (@davebatey) October 21, 2018
One of the best players on the pitch
— Andrew Wilson (@AndrewGWilson1) October 21, 2018
He done ok apart from the goal where he made a cowardly attempt at a tackle
— Dave (@dm1872__) October 21, 2018
Not for me, everything backwards, McCrorrie would have been better in there
— Bungalow Soldier (@m6134n) October 21, 2018