Rangers beat Queen of the South 1-0 this afternoon.
Rangers edged past Queen of the South in a 1-0 victory this afternoon, as Kenny Miller's stunning winner send the Gers eight points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship again.
The first hour left Rangers frustrated, as they struggled to break Queen of the South down without their injured leading goalscorer Martyn Waghorn.
However, Rangers did finally grab the only goal of the game on 64 minutes, as Kenny Miller spun from a throw-in to smash home a superb dipping half volley.
Rangers did have to hang on late in the game though, as goalkeeper Wes Foderingham made some vital saves to guarantee a victory, meaning they are once again eight points clear of second placed Hibernian.
After the game, Rangers fans took to Twitter to praise goalkeeper Foderingham, who has been improving week-by-week since signing from Swindon Town on a free transfer last summer.
Supporters suggested that he could be one of the finest goalkeepers Rangers have ever seen, with others even claiming that he is the best stopper currently playing in Scotland.
Fans also raved about Barrie McKay, who was handed a more central role after recent performances out wide - and supporters couldn't speak highly enough of his technique, noting that he is developing rapidly under manager Mark Warburton.
Here are some of the reactions from Rangers fans after the performances of Foderingham and McKay against Queen of the South...
Big @wes_foderingham again showing today he's the best keeper in this country, class act— Scott (@clonejack) February 21, 2016
Wasn't sure of Foderingham at first, but he's turning into a very dependable keeper— Islandbear (@willienic) February 21, 2016
I make it 18 clean sheets now for @wes_foderingham in all competitions for Rangers. Excellent signing!— Thomas (@Thomas1872_) February 21, 2016
We have had some cracking keepers in the past. @wes_foderingham is a vastly different breed and week in week out is showing his quality— Grant Blue (@gblue85) February 21, 2016
McKay running the show here,superb display.— Smiffy (@Smiffy54AC) February 21, 2016
Barrie McKay much improved this season but he'll need to kick on a bit for our crack at the league next year. Decision making in particular— MonTheGoats (@monthegoats) February 21, 2016
Barrie McKay is just getting better & better as the games go on.— Ibrox Loyal (@IL_Official) February 21, 2016
What a player McKay has become first touch is different class— Garry Mackay (@garrymackay10) February 21, 2016
Barrie McKay is scary at times ! His first touch is unreal !— Archie (@archibaldo_) February 21, 2016
What did you think of Foderingham and McKay's performances against Queen of the South?