Rangers winger Ryan Kent scores at Ibrox
Rangers fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Liverpool-owned Ryan Kent against Dundee at Ibrox.
Kent, who joined Rangers on a season-long loan deal from Liverpool in the summer transfer window, featured for Steven Gerrard’s side against Dundee at home in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday afternoon.
The 21-year-old winger started the match and played for 65 minutes, as the Gers got the better of Dundee 4-0.
Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Kent against Dundee at Ibrox this afternoon.
Below are some of the best comments:
He's been a cracking signing. I hope it becomes permanent. Fast, direct, determined. Tracks back, gets stuck in. Brilliant attitude @ryankent— Joycie Banachek (@JoycieBanachek) September 15, 2018
Shame he's only a loan player. The boy loves his football. Will be an England player one day.— Rob-VW (@Signum_1999) September 15, 2018
He was excellent today— LMcK benmason2k4 (@benmason2k4) September 15, 2018
The first of many I'm sure! - cracking wee player!— Sheila Kettles (@Shwheels) September 15, 2018
Ryan Kent— Coulibaly Cartel (@CoulibalyCartel) September 15, 2018
Kent MOTM and Halliday 1% behind. Both had awesome games. Kent was unplayable with lightning feet and a great goal. Halliday was pure class and didn't waste a ball, bore the brunt of a few tackles too.— Scott D #LetsGo (@gsdavo1975) September 15, 2018
Kent for me. Starting to look like a quality player. Long may it continue.— FIGORFC (@GeorgeMcGeever) September 15, 2018
Halliday, Kent and Coulibaly superb— Oliver Shooter (@easyluckyfree84) September 15, 2018
Over the course of the 90 minutes at Ibrox on Saturday afternoon, hosts Rangers had 64% of the possession, took 19 shots of which 10 were on target, and earned 15 corners, according to BBC Sport.
Gerrard’s Rangers are fourth in the Scottish Premiership table at the moment with eight points from five matches, seven points behind leaders Heart of Midlothian.
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