Lots of Glasgow Rangers fans have been left gushing over some footage which has emerged of Nathan Patterson’s assist for Scotland this week.
As shared by the official Twitter page of the Ibrox faithful, the right-back received the ball on the wing while on international duty, putting in a beautiful cross which was met by Lyndon Dykes to give them a 1-0 win late on away at the Faroe Islands in their FIFA World Cup qualifying game on Tuesday night.
Should Rangers start Patterson?
At just 19 years of age, Patterson is already showing in the senior team what he is capable of, and assists like these will certainly yield him more opportunities under Steve Clarke – whether or not he can budge out James Tavernier at club level is a different matter.
Nonetheless, it was a nice moment not just for Scottish supporters, but for the Light Blues as well.
Rangers fans on Patterson assist
These Teddy Bears gushed as the assist was shared on Twitter, with one Ger going on to claim that the starlet is ‘different gravy’ while others hailed the ‘excellent’ display of talent:
“Right on the money”
“Glad to see Patterson doing well, the boy is a star”
“Excellent cross in for Nathan! Dx”
“The game changer, well done son!”
“The lads quality, some player”
“Different gravy is young Patterson”
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