By Danny Wright
Myles Beerman is desperate to see Rangers win all of their final fixtures after qualifying for the Europa League by beating Partick on Sunday.
Pedro Caixinha’s men came from a goal down to bag all three points against the Jags thanks to goals from Barrie McKay and Joe Garner.
However Beerman, 18, doesn’t want to stop there and is eager to see Hearts, Aberdeen and St. Johnstone suffer defeats at the hands of a merciless Gers despite their season being more or less over.
“We needed to win because after two defeats against Celtic we upped the spirits again,” said the Malta Under-21 international in a video on Rangers TV’s official Twitter page.
“We’ve got another three games and we’ve got to win all three of them in my opinion.
“I think we could have played better [against Partick] but at the end of the day we got the three points and we made it through to Europe so that was really important.”
— RangersTV (@RangersTV) May 10, 2017
Beerman is one of a number of youngsters to be handed their senior debuts under Caixinha since he took charge of the club in March.
The teenager was named in the starting line-up against Kilmarnock in early April to make his Light Blues debut.
He’s played in every minute of every game since the Killie stalemate and helped Gers to three clean sheets in his six appearances.
Rangers are now guaranteed a top three spot in the Scottish Premiership following the dramatic win against Partick but do not have a realistic chance of beating Aberdeen to second.
Caixinha would have to hope that the Dons lose all three of their final fixtures while seeing a major swing in goal difference if he has any hope of finishing runners-up to champions Celtic.
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