'Morelos is a liability and should be moved out', 'can't believe we conceded a goal': Rangers fans react to 2-1 win over Dundee United
Rangers continued their excellent form with another victory on Sunday afternoon, though they were made to work for the three points by a dogged Dundee United side.
Liam Smith’s goal cancelled out a tremendous opener from James Tavernier. But ultimately the visitors were able to get themselves the win after Tavernier crossed for Connor Goldson to head home the winning goal.
Here’s what the Rangers fans had to say on social media:
@CF3Loyal: “Those are the games that you need to see out if you want to win league titles. Big win today, well done Rangers.”
@KentLoyal2: “Can’t believe we conceded a goal, worse part about it, it’s Dundee United fs.”
@IainBarton2: “How good was Davis today ? Absolute superb and Tav wasn’t to shabby either.”
@AidanMcgunnigal: “Start Itten for a bit please, he offered more in 15 minutes than Morelos did in the whole game, sad to say but he's a passenger rn.”
@gu5113: “Morelos is a liability and should be moved out as soon as possible!! Could have been down to 10 for 80 minutes today! Not worth the risk!!”
@CallumMacaulay8: “By far the hardest game we’ve had this season.”
@ReeceGeddes: “Need to finish those chances before they bite us in the a***, can’t complain tho 3 points to the famous.”
@WestMidsLoyal: “Phew. We’ve played better than that and dropped points. Credit to the players who are showing a different side to them this season!”
@AgentSavco: “What a second half performance. Not one single opportunity for Dundee Utd.”
@TheIbroxChannel: “Great result today. Really was. 27 games unbeaten. 9 league wins in a row. Amazing.”
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