Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham reacts on Twitter to PSG goal

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Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham took exception to Michael Owen's commentary on BT Sport.

Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has admitted on Twitter that he "cannot stand commentators sometimes" after Michael Owen shared his view on Paris Saint-Germain's first goal in tonight's 2-2 Champions League draw with Manchester City.

Leading 1-0, the Sky Blues gifted their Parisian counterparts the softest of equalisers at Parc des Princes after keeper Joe Hart played a short goal kick to Fernando, who dithered in possession and saw his pass-back diverted into an empty net by Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Speaking on BT, co-commentator Owen appeared to question whether Hart - who had earlier kept out the Swedish striker from the penalty spot - was somewhat culpable for the farcical goal in a comment which riled Foderingham, who stuck up for his fellow goalkeeper.

Adrien Rabiot fired the hosts ahead on 59 minutes, but Fernandinho rescued it for City with an equaliser in the final quarter as the Citizens arguably tipped the quarter-final tie in their favour.

They bring two away goals back to Eastlands for the second leg next Tuesday.

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