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Some Rangers fans are loving comments made by Adam Lallana in tribute to a current Ibrox player.

The Rangers midfielder Steven Davis surpassed Pat Jennings as Northern Ireland’s most-capped international against Bosnia & Herzegovina on Thursday, in which he made his 120th appearance.

Ahead of the game, Sky Sports gathered a string of Davis’s past-and-present coaches, teammates and colleagues, as well as family members and friends, to congratulate the 35-year-old.

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And Lallana’s words stood out more than most to those of a Rangers persuasion.

“What an achievement, I think, to make your 120th cap for your country is something to be immensely proud of,” said the Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder. “Never underestimate the sacrifices that you’ve had to make – family, your club football as well. And, to reach your 120th cap, I think, there’s not many internationals that have done that.

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“So, top man, top player. And up the Rangers, as well. Come on, the boys!”

This is how Rangers Twitter reacted to the video:

Lallana played alongside Davis at Southampton, before linking up with the Rangers winger Ryan Kent and manager Steven Gerrard at Liverpool.

The 34-cap England international moved to Brighton when his Liverpool deal expired at the end of last season, which he ended with a Premier League winners’ medal.

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Gerrard also had positive things to say about Davis, whom he brought back to Rangers from Southampton in January last year.

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