Some Rangers fans' first thought after the dust settled on Thursday's thrilling comeback win at Ibrox was to tweet supporters - and one in particular - of an English football club.
Rangers fell two goals behind in the first leg of their Europa League last 32 tie against Braga.
But three second-half goals, two from Ianis Hagi and one from Joe Aribo, turned the game right around.
With the score 1-0 to Braga, one Charlton Athletic fan ran out of patience and posted the following tweet, in reference to Aribo's decision to leave the Addicks for Rangers last summer.
And, while he was not alone in doing so, it was in his direction that most of the backlash travelled...
Oh dear— Staunch Arthur (@StaunchA) February 20, 2020
A match Charlton can only dream of ever playing in.. and to top it off, the player he trolls scores a worldy— AndyRFC (@AndyRFC1) February 20, 2020
get it up ye bawbag hahaha— Bryan marshall (@GERS_54) February 20, 2020
That feeling when you made the right career choice!! ⚪️ pic.twitter.com/ylelsO3woD— ALD0 (@a22an) February 21, 2020
Aw man Inject this right inty my veins hahahahhahaha— Jonny No Dae That (@Jonnyyy203) February 21, 2020
Get it right up you!— Rangers FC & Linfield FC (@bluesbrothers86) February 20, 2020
Enjoy relegation scrap while Aribo scores in last 32 UEL! pic.twitter.com/mdDDCF8gGb
Absolutely no regards to Charlton fans focusing on Rangers nearly 8 months after their player left them.— JM (@mcghee1984) February 20, 2020
19th in the Championship and focusing on an ex player bagging in Europe.
Mind your man lee bowyer slating aribo for coming to Scotland. Boys just scored an equaliser in the Europe league knockout.... whilst charlton sit 19th in the championship ♂️— JRFN. (@jordannewbould) February 20, 2020
Worst thing Joe Aribo did was leaving charlton for rangers,— Kyle Allan (@KyleAllanUK) February 20, 2020
The supporter in question was, at least, a good sport...
Tbf to you, as big a as you’ve made yourself look, you didn’t delete the tweet!— Whitey (@garethawhite) February 21, 2020
I'm the biggest jinx on this platform ffs— VFF (@ValleyFloydFred) February 20, 2020
Fair play Rangers.
Rangers will know their Europa League fate by Wednesday evening, when their second-leg tie takes place in Braga.
The away goals rule does apply, so Rangers must avoid defeat or lose by a single goal having scored at least three of their own (i.e. 4-3, 5-4 or 6-5) to progress.
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