By Wayne Veysey

1st Apr, 2017 | 8:26pm

Hyndman: I was blown away by this Rangers player in draw against Motherwell

By Harry Sykes

Emerson Hyndman has hailed Wes Foderingham for a “terrific” display in Rangers’ 1-1 Scottish Premiership draw against Motherwell on Saturday.

Rangers came from behind to draw at Ibrox as they failed to narrow the gap significantly on second-placed Aberdeen.

Louis Moult nodded in Chris Cadden’s corner to hand Motherwell the advantage early on before Joe Garner, one of three half-time substitutions made by new manager Pedro Caixinha, fired the hosts level after the hour mark when he netted from a tight angle.

Goalkeeper Foderingham denied Ryan Bowman and Scott McDonald as the visitors pressed and Garner had an effort saved.

Central midfielder Hyndman, who has made a huge impression at Rangers since joining on loan from Bournemouth in the January window, was blown away by the performance of the man between the sticks.

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“It was terrific, some of the set pieces we’ll look at as I think that’s where most of their chances came from,” said Hyndman to the official Rangers website.

“But he saved us a few times with some brilliant saves and I think it kicked us on even more when you have someone out there doing that.

“He looks at us and says ‘Hey, put the ball in the net’, so he definitely saved us a few times.”

With Aberdeen winning 7-0 at Dundee on Friday night, Rangers have eight games left – including two meetings with Aberdeen – to try to beat Derek McInnes’ side to the runners-up spot.

In other Rangers news, one of the club’s midfielders has agreed the terms of a mammoth new deal.

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