Rangers fans react on Twitter to Jason Holt's performance during Livingston draw

Rangers drew 1-1 away at Livingston this afternoon.

Rangers drew for the first time in the Scottish Championship this season, as they were held to a 1-1 draw against Livingston this afternoon.

The Gers went in to the game having won 12 of their 13 games so far this season, but their lead at the top of the table is now just three points after their draw today.

Manager Mark Warburton will be frustrated, given that his side took the lead in the first half, with Jason Holt placing a cool left-footed finish past the goalkeeper following a swift counter-attack.

However, Miles Hippolyte rescued a point for Livingston in the second half, and even though Rangers had 69% of possession, they couldn't make it count with the winning goal.

After the game, Rangers fans were understandably disappointed with the result, and were critical of many players for their performances during the draw.

However, one player did earn some praise, with midfielder Jason Holt being lauded for his performance having scored the opening goal of the game.

The Scottish midfielder joined Rangers from Hearts over the summer, in a deal worth £65,000 according to The Scotsman - and fans haven't forgotten, stating on Twitter that he is one of the bargains of the year having been one of Rangers' most consistent players of the campaign.

Here is how Rangers fans reacted on Twitter after Holt's performance against Livingston this afternoon...

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