By Dominic Toner
Kenny Miller could not help Rangers suffer a 2-1 defeat to Aberdeen on Sunday but the club’s fans were pleased with his contribution on Twitter.
The 36-year-old striker was used as a substitute in the second-half and had an immediate impact on the match.
Miller played in team-mate Lee Wallace, who was then fouled in the penalty box, which allowed Andy Halliday to level the score at 1-1.
James Maddison went on to score a fantastic 90th minute free-kick to snatch three points for the hosts.
Barrie McKay, Joe Garner and Martyn Waghorn were the preferred options in attack but Miller may consider himself unlucky not to start.
The Rangers supporters revealed they were pleased with the performance of Miller despite the loss.
Miller has made 12 appearances so far this season in all competitions, scoring two goals and supplying two assists.
Rangers host Patrick Thistle in their next game and Miller could be in contention to start.
The Ibrox outfit are now without a win in their last four league games and are seven points adrift of leaders Celtic, having played a game more.
Miller is currently enjoying his third spell at Rangers and has scored a combined 86 goals in 205 appearances.
In other Rangers team news, the club’s supporters reacted to Danny Wilson’s performance against Aberdeen.