Rangers winger Jamie Murphy put in another fantastic performance for the Gers in the 2-0 win over Hearts on Saturday – and left fans delighted.
The on-loan Brighton attacker scored the opening goal of the game when he finished off a slaloming run to pass the ball beyond Jon McLaughlin in the Hearts goal.
Murphy has now scored three times in his last three appearances for the Gers as he works towards being fully match fit after barely featuring for Brighton in the first-half of the season.
Gers fans were blown away by Murphy’s performance and hailed the winger
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
What a signing Jamie Murphy has been. Puts 110% in every game he plays.
— Liam (@Liamwatp) February 24, 2018
Get Murphy, Goss & Cummings signed up in the summer.
— rangers ninja da (@NinjaMan54) February 24, 2018
Murphy and Docherty were first class the day, good win! Onto Tuesday ???????? pic.twitter.com/AkqoGVjSwq
— David (@__DH72) February 24, 2018
Jamie Murphy making sure he doesn’t drop his JamTarts in Tesco Govan after today’s game. ???? pic.twitter.com/IX5WQnDrJJ
— Rangers Family (@GersFamily) February 24, 2018
— Mark (@mark30795301) February 24, 2018
That was excellent today. Candeias brilliant. Docherty and Goss really good in midfield. Jamie Murphy really starting to influence games.
Seems we are now also good enough to negate the horrendous refereeing of John Beaton, which is handy. ????⚪️????
— Chris Graham (@ChrisGraham76) February 24, 2018
Well enjoyed todays game. @RangersFC dominated from start to finish. @Gregdocherty96 @Dcandeias11 @morelos2106 and @Jamiemurphy89 all outstanding but no bad performances at all. Well done guys keep up the good work. ????⚪????????????????
— Robert Logan (@robbielogan1EBT) February 24, 2018
Murphy has scored three times and set up five more in his 12 appearances for the Gers since his arrival from Brighton in January.
The attacker has an agreement in place to make his switch to Ibrox permanent in the summer.
The 28-year-old has immediately made himself a key player for Graeme Murty’s side as they have overtaken Aberdeen in the league table and closed the gap to leaders Celtic to nine points.
Gers fans will be delighted with the way Murphy has performed since signing for his boyhood heroes and will be hoping he can help the Ibrox giants end their seven-year wait for a major trophy.
In other Rangers news, the club have secured an out-of-window deal for a goalkeeper.