Glasgow Rangers fans are far from happy with an incident from their match against Kilmarnock in the Premiership on Saturday.
The Gers edged the game 1-0 to go 21 points clear at the top of the table with just nine games left to play (BBC). Steven Gerrard will be delighted that his team were able to pick up the three points – right now, he knows the results are far more important than the performances.
It could have been a more comfortable win for the Gers as well. There was an incident in the penalty area, when right-back and captain James Tavernier was clearly taken out by a Killie player – it looked like a stonewall spot-kick, but referee Don Robertson decided not to give it.
Should Rangers have had a penalty?
A GIF of the incident was shared by Twitter account @_R_W_B_, and it angered the club’s supporters. They took to the social media platform to share their thoughts.
Let’s see what the Rangers fans had to say about the incident below
“100% a penalty. If the ref thinks the Killie player gets the ball, he can argue it’s a corner (Still a penalty, as he’s went through the back of Tav). He gave a goal kick. Bonkers.”
“These just get ignored. It’s ridiculous.”
“That’s actually hilarious “
“Absolute joke and Tavs goal was onside”
“Decisions are getting worse #wontstop55”
“Stonewall penalty. Don doing what he does best today.”
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