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Rangers: Joshua Barrie spots Connor Goldson ‘screaming’ at Ryan Kent

Rangers: Joshua Barrie spots Connor Goldson ‘screaming’ at Ryan Kent -Rangers News

The Rangers Review journalist Joshua Barrie spotted Connor Goldson ‘screaming’ at Ryan Kent during Glasgow RangersScottish Premiership game today.

The Lowdown: Bounced back

Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team crucially bounced back from three consecutive defeats to beat bottom-of-the-table Dundee United 2-1 at Ibrox, in what perhaps should have been a more comfortable game for the home side.

Antonio Colak grabbed both goals from the hosts, one in each half, but Liam Smith made things nervy just before the hour mark.

The Latest: Goldson screams at Kent

Taking to Twitter, Barrie spotted Goldson ‘screaming’ at Kent during the first half, as the winger was caught up the top of the pitch after not applying enough pressure on the ball:

“Goldson screaming at Kent after getting caught up the park. Seemed to want better pressure on the ball from the winger to try and turn it over.”

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The Verdict: Must do better

Despite the win, Kent will know that he must perform better if he is to keep his place in the starting eleven.

Should Kent start for Rangers?

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Renowned Gers podcasters Heart & Hand claimed that he offered ‘little‘, and that seemed to be the case throughout the match, as he failed to really work the goalkeeper with his two shots at goal, only managed to make one successful dribble and put in no accurate crosses from out wide either (SofaScore).

The Englishman only had a mere 53 touches of the ball in total, fewer than seven of his teammates, and would not have impressed Van Bronckhorst too much with his latest display.


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