By Will Butcher
Rangers star Josh Windass disagreed with ITV Sport’scommentator Clive Tyldesley after England drew 0-0 with Slovenia.
Gareth Southgate’s men were considered fortunate to earn a point in the 2018 World Cup qualifier, as Slovenia hit the post and on-loan Torino star Joe Hart was given the man of the match award.
Windass, who is the son of former Football League star Dean, disagreed with Tyldesley on his personal Twitter account after the commentator had claimed that England had earned a “precious point” against their European opponents.
Commentator just said that maybe a precious point for England 😩
— Joshua Windass (@WindassJnr) October 11, 2016
England remain top of Group F in Europe’s 2018 World Cup qualifying stage, after wins against Malta and Slovakia have given the Three Lions an unbeaten start as they look to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Youngster Windass completed a move to Rangers from League Two side Accrington in the summer in a £60,000 deal, but has been made to wait for chances in Mark Warburton’s midfield.
He has made five appearances for the side in all competitions since moving in the summer transfer window, and has bagged one goal against East Stirling in the Scottish League Cup.
The Gers only won promotion back to Scotland’s top flight this season and fans will be keen to see their side compete with Celtic once again.
In other Rangers news, Warburton has had this to say about the Gers international players.