Rangers fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to have their say on the performance of Kenny Miller against Greenock Morton on Friday evening.
Miller, who has played for the likes of Celtic, Derby County and Cardiff City, started the Scottish Championship game at Inbox in Glasgow and played for 77 minutes.
The Scottish striker played a key role in the win for the Gers, scoring twice to help his team register a 3-1 comeback victory.
The 36-year-old equalised in the 43rd minute and put Rangers ahead just three minutes into the second half.
Miller is in his third spell at Rangers and has established himself as an important player in Mark Warburton’s team.
The win against Morton means that the Glasgow giants are at the top of the Scottish Championship table at the moment with 72 points from 28 matches, 15 points clear of second-placed Falkirk.
Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to have their say on the performance of Miller against Morton.
Below are some of the best comments:
@rfc_david Agreed.— Andrew Meldrum (@mavmeldrum) March 12, 2016
Miller maligned by some, but he's a phenomenal pro. Most players who break thru young tend to burn out. He is exception
As good a win as we've had all season. Winning after being 1-0 down against a team with 10 men behind the ball. Kenny Miller take a bow #RFC— Graham Campbell (@Graham_C1) March 11, 2016
Kenny Miller is my hero and everything every Rangers player should aspire to be #whataguy— Jenna Garnet Speirs (@Jenna_RFC) March 11, 2016
Strange half that. Thought we were outstanding up until Morton scored. Great header from Kenny Miller too for the equaliser.— Nick Thomson (@RFC_Nick92) March 11, 2016
Kenny Miller still a standout for Rangers superb— william boyle (@BoyleBillyb2011) March 12, 2016
Miller, Wallace, Wilson brilliant and shoutout to Foderingham some good saves could only be beaten by a freak goal! Love the Rangers!— David Field (@DavidField87) March 12, 2016
Enjoyed the Rangers game tonight. Both of Miller's goals and Wallace's were brilliant!— Gregor Allan (@gregorallan9) March 12, 2016