Many Rangers fans have been left to buzz as an update emerged on the Scotland national team ahead of Euro 2020.
As per footage shown on their official Twitter page, both Nathan Patterson and Jon McLaughlin have been called up by Steve Clarke to represent their country in the upcoming summer tournament.
Should Rangers start Patterson?
McLaughlin has already earned two senior caps before for Scotland, but crucially Patterson has never won a senior cap, yet Clarke has decided to take the 19-year-old to a major tournament, as a testament to just how well he has played for Steven Gerrard’s men this season.
The right-back has played in a total of 14 games in total over all competitions in the 2020/21 term (Transfermarkt), and has had to fill in for James Tavernier at times, which is not easy, and is again testament to his performances over the course of the campaign.
Rangers fans on Patterson and McLaughlin update
These members of the Ibrox faithful lauded the update as it was shared on Twitter, with one claiming that they were ‘buzzing’ while another branded it as ‘superb’:
“Superb and both deserve it”
“Massive congratulations to young Nathan Patterson. Get out there and tear it up lad, we believe in you”
“Buzzing hopefully they can both get game time”
“Wow fair play to Clarke”
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