Chris Sutton trolls Rangers after draw v Kilmarnock, Celtic fans will love this
By Danny Wright
Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton has taken a dig at Rangers after their latest Premiership match.
The Light Blues suffered a goalless draw against Kilmarnock on Wednesday which means they have won just two of their last nine league games.
Sutton was quick to point out on his personal Twitter page that St. Johnstone picked up a massive win against Hearts which means they are now just six points behind the struggling Glaswegians.
Joe Shaughnessy scored the only goal of the game for the Saints as Hearts were reduced to 10 men in the closing stages.
The 44-year-old suggested that it was a ‘good point’ for Rangers in their fight to finish in third place.
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.@btsportfootball It maybe a good point for Rangers tonight in the race for 3rd place now?? Big win for St Johnstone ⚽️
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) April 5, 2017
Pedro Caixinha has won just one game since taking charge and his ultimate aim was to finish the season in second.
However Aberdeen have been in hot form as of late and their narrow win over Inverness on Tuesday sees them open up a 12 point gap between themselves and Rangers.
The Ibrox faithful were left unimpressed by their side’s inability to get a win at Rugby Park and Sutton, who was quick to remind everyone of his affinity with Celtic, was quick to rub salt in the wounds after the full-time whistle.
The former England international won four league titles in his playing days at Celtic and it’s clear that his old supporters will love his latest attempt to wind up Gers fans.
In other Rangers news, these defenders got 7/10 in the player ratings for the Kilmarnock stalemate.