Rangers star Kemar Roofe’s wonder goal in the Europa League last season has come third in UEFA‘s poll for Goal of the Season – and Gers fans on Twitter think the Ibrox striker has been robbed.

Roofe finished behind Porto striker Mehdi Taremiv and Italy winger Lorenzo Insigne with over 600,000 votes cast by the public on the UEFA website.

Porto star Taremiv received nearly 30% of the votes after Iranian guided an unstoppable injury-time effort into the top corner from 12 yards to clinch a 1-0 quarter-final second-leg win away to the eventual winners.

It wasn’t enough to stop Porto from crashing out to Chelsea but his goal really impressed fans across the world.

Roofe’s strike broke the record for the longest ever scored in the Europa League when he hit the back of the net from almost 55 yards, having picked it up on the edge of his own area before beating several Standard Liege players.

Ange took responsibility, now the Celtic board must do the same

While Rangers fans were convinced Roofe should have won, it seems others disagreed but that didn’t stop Gers supporters from feeling aggrieved at Roofe’s wonder goal not topping the list.

Here are some of the comments from fans who think the Rangers star should have won:

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