Rangers fans on Twitter have been voting for their goal of the month for September and there have been some crackers to choose from. Alfredo Morelos 2nd goal against Kilmarnock, Kyle Lafferty’s 2nd against Motherwell and Ovie Ejaria’s strike against FC Ufa make up the options and the supporters are all going for Ejaria’s curler. Fans can vote on the Rangers website.
GOTM: Vote now for your August Goal of the Month & you could win the chance to recreate the goal with the winning player.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) 3 September 2018
Since joining Ibrox on loan from Liverpool over the summer, Ovie Ejaria has made a superb start. The young midfielder has already put in 13 appearances for Steven Gerrard’s side and has netted his first two goals for the Gers, with the famous strike against FC Ufa being the one that fans are raving over. The midfielder’s other goal came in the 3-3 draw with Motherwell and the fans are loving the 20-year-old’s input so far.
Ejaria is yet to reach his full potential as a player and when he does reach that level it’s unlikely he’ll still be at Ibrox. For now, though, the Bluenoses will be keen to benefit from having him at the club and his superb curled strike against FC Ufa that got the Glasgow club into the Europa League group stages won’t be forgotten by the fans, who are already preparing for life back in Europa.
You can read The Gers’ verdict on their goal of the month here:
Has to be Ejaria against Ufa pic.twitter.com/hqY0v07tMJ
— Rossco (@Rossco5088) 3 September 2018
Has to be ejaria
— Mason Alexander (@Mason10RFC) 3 September 2018
Ejaria against Ufa for sure.
— Cairo Kearney (@Look_at_em123) 3 September 2018
Ejaria, was beautiful
— Stuart (@Yule2Yule) 3 September 2018
Ejaria vs Ufa
— Marc Haynes (@MarcHaynes7) September 3, 2018
Ejaria vs UFA
— Andrew Wilson (@AndrewGWilson1) September 3, 2018
Ejaria because it got us into the Europa League and was a nice finish.
— Kanesy (@Kanesy_99) September 3, 2018
The fans are in almost complete agreement over this one and will be keen to see their young midfielder scoring more goals of this nature in the future.