By Harry Sykes

Josh Windass played the full 90 minutes of Rangers’ 3-2 Scottish Premiership defeat to Hibernian on Saturday – and supporters took to Twitter to criticise his display.

Ten-man Rangers took an early lead at Ibrox through summer signing Alfredo Morelos but Neil Lennon’s side scored three times 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 that Windass dropped back to fill in at left-back.

The 23-year-old, who had been outstanding in Rangers’ 2-1 opening-day win against Motherwell last weekend, struggled in the new position and supporters made their feelings clear on social media.

Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:

Windass insisted earlier this month that he had no interest in leaving Rangers and that Ibrox was the best place for him.

Last month, Hull City legend, and Windass’ father, Dean was embroiled in a Twitter spat with Rangers fans after they criticised his son’s performance against Progres Niederkorn in the Europa League.

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