By Harry Sykes
Eduardo Herrera played the second half of Rangers’ 3-2 Scottish Premiership defeat to Hibernian on Saturday – and supporters took to Twitter to destroy his performance.
Ten-man Rangers took an early lead at Ibrox through summer signing Alfredo Morelos but Neil Lennon’s side were 2-1 up at the break and scored three times in total before a late James Tavernier strike narrowed the deficit.
Despite late pressure from the home side, Hibs secured all three points and secured a notable win in front of 49,639 supporters.
A key moment in the match was the red card handed to midfielder Ryan Jack 36 minutes into the match following an overly robust tussle with Dylan McGeouch.
It prompted a tactical reshuffle from Pedro Caixinha, which meant the team switched to five at the back and Herrera was brought on along with Danny Wilson as part of a half-time double substitution that led to the exits of Daniel Candeias and Lee Hodson.
But supporters were unimpressed by the second-half contribution of striker Herrera, who failed to make much of an impact.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Herrera useless if no one is helping him is what I meant
— Mark Menzies ????????⚪ (@barryallen1690) August 12, 2017
I still can’t believe we got rid of garner… and we have lazy useless Herrera…. fml.
— Hayley Welsh (@iamhayleywelsh) August 12, 2017
Herrera looks cumbersome
— JimmyCalderwood’sEBT (@Rangers4Me) August 12, 2017
4- Herrera should be no more than an emergency squad player
— Rangers Talk (@alwaysrangers1) August 12, 2017
Rangers 20s play Dumbarton on Wednesday I think you can play 3 overage players. Pedro should use that for Pena Rossiter and Herrera
— saltirefitbabets (@Saltirefitba) August 12, 2017
Looks like Rangers aren’t only against the opposition
Morelos will score plenty
Miller should be a bench player
— Craig Smith (@csljm84) August 12, 2017
Haha deary me! Aye. Far from impressed with Herrera. Think Peña will come good though
— Graeme Ellis (@3ll15_) August 12, 2017
Pedro’s tactics in the 2nd half didn’t help either. Played a 3-4-2, sat deep & consistently went for hopeless long balls to Herrera.
— Rory Stride (@rmstride) August 12, 2017
Herrera was signed by Rangers for £1.5million from Mexican side Pumas this summer.
He is yet to score in three appearances for the Glasgow giants, which included a start in last weekend’s 2-1 league win against Motherwell.
In other Rangers news, a new arrival is heading in.