Rangers fans react hilariously to Livingston's penalty claim Tweet

19th January 2019, Dens Park, Dundee, Scotland; Scottish Cup football fourth round, Dundee v Queen of the South; Referee Kevin Clancy inspects the pitch before the match

Livingston claimed for a penalty late on during their 3-0 loss to Rangers.

Referee Kevin Clancy and Steven Gerrard, Manager of Rangers in discussion during the Ladbrokes Premiership match between Livingston and Rangers at Tony Macaroni Arena on January 27, 2019...

Livingston's official Twitter account did not seem particularly happy that their side were not awarded a penalty by Kevin Clancy on Sunday - and Rangers fans have reacted hilariously.

Goals from Ryan Jack, Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos had seen Rangers relax towards the end of the match, with a 3-0 win all-but-secured at the Tony Macaroni Stadium in the Scottish Premiership clash. 

 

But a long ball saw Livi subsitute Scott Tiffoney - who was incidentally making his Livi debut - run through on goal before being bundled to the floor by Rangers loanee Joe Worrall.

Referee Clancy saw nothing wrong with Worrall's challenge and Rangers secured a clean sheet, moving back into second place in the Scottish Premiership. But Livi's Twitter admin were obviously not happy, posting this Tweet.

Nottingham Forest loanee Worrall has come under criticism since his mistake against Kilmarnock last Wednesday, and was perhaps a surprise starter against Livi on Sunday - alongside Nikola Katic.

Rangers fans reacted to Livi's Tweet in hilarious fashion, with many stating that with the score at 3-0 - it would not have mattered anyway. One fan chose to criticise Livi's artificial pitch: "He tripped on the carpet. Get a proper pitch."

Steven Gerrard, Manager of Rangers reacts during the Ladbrokes Premiership match between Livingston and Rangers at Tony Macaroni Arena on January 27, 2019 in Livingston, United Kingdom.

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