Glasgow Rangers ace McCrorie, currently on loan away from Ibrox, did well for his nation and some Bears loved his display and message.
Glasgow Rangers academy graduate Ross McCrorie has taken to Twitter with a message after the Ibrox ace played a key part in Scotland Under-21s 2-1 win over their Croatian counterparts in Sibenik.
The hosts, playing their first match of the qualifiers, opened the scoring when Dinamo Zagreb striker Sandro Kulenovic headed in Nikola Moro's cross from 12 yards after 10 minutes played.
Scot Gemmill's side improved after the break and, with nine minutes left on the clock, Glenn Middleton - another Rangers youngster - found Connor McLennan inside the penalty box with a low pass and the Aberdeen forward found the far corner on the spin.
With very little time left, McCrorie then whipped in a cross to McLennan, whose close-range header straight at the goalkeeper somehow slipped through his grasp, much to the delight of the travelling contingent.
Here's what McCrorie wrote on Twitter post-match, plus the response from some Rangers fans:
What a result!! Boys were different class https://t.co/UvIPNtD4Qy— Ross McCrorie (@RossMcCrorie4) 10 September 2019
Fancy a promotion ? Like all of you ??— James Moore (@NOTELINYI) 10 September 2019
Congrats on the win Ross X ⚽— JILL F REILLY (@JJ22GR) 10 September 2019
Never mind aww that.... just you stay injury free n get yur arse up the road ready for next season...please and thanks..— Paul (@Glesgapaul11) 10 September 2019
Get in that first team Rosco— Kamaradona (@FredMorelos1) 10 September 2019
U21s captain, future Rangers captain ⚪— Craig Burns (@BurnsyBoy90) 10 September 2019
Future Gers captain ⚪️— Alfie Atkin (@AlfieBoy78) 11 September 2019
Scotland U21s' win puts them level on points with Greece at the top of Euro Under-21 Championship Group D after two games.
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