Rangers midfielder Sean Goss had an impressive night in midfield for the Gers in their 2-0 win over Partick Thistle on Tuesday night – and fans were blown away with his performance alongside Jason Holt in central midfield.
Goss joined the Gers on a season-long loan from QPR and has impressed so far in his handful of performances for the Ibrox side.
The German-born midfielder almost set-up the opener for the Gers when his pin-point accurate free-kick was somehow headed wide by Russell Martin with the goal at his mercy.
Gers fans were delighted with Goss’ performance against Alan Archibald’s side – with one saying he was the “best man on the park.”
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
I’ve been seriously impressed with Goss & Murphy. Proper players. Unlike Windass. Never witnessed a Rangers player shush his own fans after playing absolutely stinking since day one. He won’t be remembered ????????♂️
— Steven M (@Steven_McC) February 6, 2018
Solid Rangers performance tonight. Passing much better. Goss adds a bit of quality in midfield and set plays.
— Scott Edgar (@sedgar93) February 6, 2018
???? Sean Goss has been the best man on the park.
— Kirsten (@kirsten93_) February 6, 2018
Of all the January signings we were buzzing about, many scoffed at @SeanGoss . He's been the best of the lot so far!
— Dan_7 (@DanCrossley_7) February 6, 2018
Sean Goss could find ma dad with a pass, boys a player
— Alan Dunsmore (@alandunsmore8) February 6, 2018
Doc and Goss have to start together at Somerset
— Murray McDavid (@one2gingercrew) February 6, 2018
Baits and Goss have both played a blinder tonight imo.
— Bankie Bear (@Bankie_RFC) February 6, 2018
Goss grabbed his first goal for the Ibrox giants from a free-kick in the weekend defeat by Hibs and his set-piece delivery was fantastic – save for one wild effort in the second-half.
With Greg Docherty pushing for a starting place and Ross McCrorie & Jordan Rossiter close to a return from injury, Goss will face much tougher competition for a place in the starting XI in coming weeks.
The midfielder could sit out the trip to Somerset Park to face Ayr United in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup after being given a rest when the Gers faced Fraserburgh in the previous round.
In other Rangers news, it can be revealed that a key first teamer has sensationally asked to leave after the board failed to stick to their promise of giving him a new deal during the transfer window.