Rangers fans have reacted on Twitter to Sean Goss’ performance in the 4-2 win against Corinthians in the Florida Cup on Saturday – and many were impressed when he supplied an assist for Alfredo Morelos.
Goss, 22, was signed up on loan from QPR earlier this month as Graeme Murty added a new midfielder to his side for the second half of the season, and so far, the ex-Manchester United enforcer has been very impressive.
Oooooooaft! What a delivery from the boy Goss! pic.twitter.com/dV7JPeUVDV
— RangersHistory (@RangersFACTS) January 13, 2018
He pulled on a Rangers shirt for the first time in the 1-0 win against Atletico Mineiro earlier this week and came off the bench at half-time against Corinthians on Saturday to set up Morelos’ goal from a free-kick.
The Ibrox faithful have been delighted with Goss’ instant impact, albeit in friendlies, and they are no doubt excited to see what the German-born ace can do when the competitive action resumes.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
That's the 2nd quality free kick we've seen from goss this wk.. hopefully a sign of things to come as we haven't been making the most of set plays
— WereBear (@redbetweenwhite) January 13, 2018
Early doors but the boy goss can whip a baw in the box
— Hodgey ????????RFC (@roberthodge87) January 13, 2018
Sean Goss has some delivery ????
— Kirsten (@kirsten93_) January 13, 2018
Pleasantly surprised by Goss, uses the ball well!
— ross farquhar (@rosscoeff) January 13, 2018
Sean Goss Has a wand of a left foot ????????⚽
— The Burnistoun Butcher (@wulliemcbride) January 13, 2018
Goss deliveries are superb man.
— Gary Caw (@garycawnew) January 13, 2018
Goss looks decent!
— Mr. Nice Guy (@bigpurk14) January 13, 2018
Sean Goss looking very tidy.
— Rangers Culture (@RangersCulture) January 13, 2018
Goss is a player.????????
— Matt Farmer (@MattFarmer72) January 13, 2018
That free kick from Goss was unreal, put it on a plate for Morelos ????????
— Kieran Gilligan (@kierangilly18) January 13, 2018
Goss has not made a single appearance for QPR in the first half of this season and would no doubt hope he can revive his stalling career at Ibrox.
The enforcer, who can play in midfield or at centre-back, will perhaps be a key figure for Rangers for the rest of the campaign, especially with injuries to Ryan Jack, Graham Dorrans and Jordan Rossiter.