By Dominic Toner
Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham hailed a “massive three points” after the club’s 3-0 victory over Aberdeen on Sunday.
The Gers managed to complete remarkable win over second-placed Aberdeen and keep their hopes of overtaking them in the table.
The match was decided in a five-minute spell late on when Pedro Caixinha’s side scored all three goals.
Kenny Miller struck a quick double, before substitute Joe Dodoo added a third goal.
Foderingham expressed his delight following the win and feels the three points was huge for them.
“Massive three points. Crazy five minutes of football but that all we needed. Unbelievable support. Safe journey home,” Foderingham wrote on his personal Twitter account.
Rangers are set to clinch European football this season for finishing in the top three, but are aiming to overtake Aberdeen in the closing stages of the campaign.
They still have a chance of doing so in the final games of the season and face Partick in their next league fixture.
Foderingham has played an important role in the club’s campaign so far and made 37 appearances, keeping 14 clean sheets in the process.
He has now kept three clean sheets in his last four top flight games and has been in solid form for the Gers.
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