'No exaggeration to say that's one of the best I've ever seen': Scottish football Twitter reacts to Rangers star James Tavernier's incredible free-kick
James Tavernier continued with his unbelievably good season by playing a starring role in Rangers’ 2-1 victory over Dundee United on Sunday.
Not only did the right-back cross for Connor Goldson to score the winning goal, he also opened the scoring with a world-class free-kick that curled into the top corner of the net from over 30 yards.
Here’s how Scottish football fans reacted to the moment of skill on social media:
@TEnglishSport: “Tavernier - outrageous free-kick in an outrageous season.”
@SJohnsonSport: “Some free kick from Tavernier to put Rangers in front at Dundee Utd.”
@TAPundits: “Stunning free kick from James Tavernier. You could argue long range free kick territory but Tavernier thought otherwise. 17th goal of the season for a right back.”
@jamiemcnee: “Genuinely thought today was the day Tavernier wouldn’t score, what a free kick.”
@craig_killie: “I'm not sure it's an exaggeration to say that is one of the best free-kicks I've ever seen.”
@RoyalBlue1872: “Its hard to believe, but James Tavernier is only one man.”
@rachlizziexx: “At this point, James Tavernier could come take a s*** in my garden & I’d applaud his efforts.”
@JohnMcIntosh19: “Tavernier having the best individual season of any Rangers player since Barry Ferguson 02/03 and if he continues his form he likely betters it. Finally getting the respect he deserves but has went up levels.”
@CF19_: “Hilarious how s**** they are and how s**** we’ve become to let them build up that lead man that’ll be Lennons legacy letting a guy like James Tavernier serial loser lift the league and pick up player of the year in our ten in a row season.”
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