Billy Gilmour put Wales to the sword on Wednesday night as he scored both of Scotland Under-19's goals to boost their chances of European qualification with a 2-1 win over the Welsh - and Rangers fans have reacted on Twitter.
The 17-year-old midfielder left Rangers in the summer of 2017 to move south and join Premier League heavyweights Chelsea, where he has continued his rapid progression in the club's reserve side.
Despite still only being 17, the midfielder has netted six goals in 13 games this season - including three in nine Premier League 2 appearances from deep. He has also laid on four goals.
Gilmour has already won eight Scotland under-21 caps, but was used by the Under-19's side on Wednesday to boost Scotland's chances of qualification and he did just that - scoring twice.
He linked up with Rangers stars Glenn Middleton, Dapo Mebude, Matthew Shiels, Jordan Houston, Stephen Kelly and Zak Rudden, as Billy Stark's young players earned a crucial victory away from home.
Rangers fans reacted to Gilmour's Tweet after the match, applauding their former star while some bemoaned his exit to Chelsea where he has a contract until the summer of 2021.
The one that got away— @drummybear (@wuziboy) November 14, 2018
Billy outstanding— Stevie (@StevieCliff27) November 15, 2018
Star in the making— Iain MacDonald (@Donyards) November 14, 2018
Go on lad world at your feet.Keep it going billy boy— barry (@barrysull77) November 14, 2018
Well done @billygilmourrr great to see you banging in the goals bud hope to see you back at rangers in a couple of years all the best son— clink mclean (@McleanClink) November 15, 2018
Well done young man, keep pushing on. Can't wait till you come home to the famous. ⚪— Robert Logan (@robbielogan72) November 15, 2018