By Harvey Byrne
Kenny Miller started in Rangers’ attack in the clash against Kilmarnock on Saturday and fans were left delighted with his display on Twitter.
The 36-year-old Scotland international replaced Harry Forrester in the line-up from the previous league game against St Johnstone, with the Englishman dropping to the bench for the Ibrox fixture.
Miller played 70 minutes in the 3-0 victory over Kilmarnock, which saw defender Lee Wallace open the scoring before goals from Andy Halliday and Joe Garner.
Fans were left hailing the veteran forward on social media, with a number of fans commenting on Miller running the show in the victory.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Miller is currently in his third spell at Ibrox following his move form the MLS and the Vancouver Whitecaps in the summer of 2014.
He has struggled in front of goal this season with just three goals in 16 encounters for the Gers, but he is often hailed for bringing more to the team.
His play has contributed to a good start for the Scotland giants, who now sit in second place with 19 points from their first 11 fixtures following their return to the top flight in the summer.
The Scotland giants will travel to Ross County next in the league, who sit second from bottom in 11th.
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