Rangers striker Jason Cummings was handed his first Old Firm start for Rangers in Sunday’s meeting with Celtic – and Gers fans were furious with the 22-year-old’s performance.
Despite being delighted to see him start the game, Cummings’ effort over the 90 minutes of the 5-0 thrashing by Brendan Rodgers’ side left fans spitting feathers.
The on-loan Nottingham Forest striker was largely anonymous throughout the game as the Hoops eased to a seventh successive Scottish title with the win over their city rivals.
Fans were not happy with Cummings – with one fan saying the Scotland international was a “shambles”
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
We’re the exact same, absolute gutless thought Cummings would have done it for us 😂😂
— Shannon Steven (@ShannonSteven6) April 29, 2018
Not to mention Cummings!
— Kevin Moran♛ (@KevinMoranEsq) April 29, 2018
Morelos gets slated but at least he has chances to score unlike Cummings 100% fact
— Robert Evans (@robertevans97) April 29, 2018
For the sake of the last few games I really don’t think it matters who has to cope with this shambles. Any manager coming in has a lot of changes to make, it least we can offload Murphy, Cummings, Martin and Goss without a problem.
— Michael (@Ml19dy76) April 29, 2018
aye keep Cummings on Murty ya football genius
— Scott Ritchie (@potty_9) April 29, 2018
Hindsight is a great thing but how can you start cummings today good player but lit couldn't hold up a post office
— Colin Burns (@Cocoburns9) April 29, 2018
Before the Old Firm clash, Cummings had scored six times in 14 appearances since joining the Gers from Forest but barely seen the ball to add to that against the Hoops.
After getting the nod in the starting XI ahead of Alfredo Morelos, Cummings performance will raise questions from fans over whether the Light Blues should make his move permanent in the summer or allow him to return to the City Ground.
With only three games left in the campaign, the Gers now face a massive fight to secure second in the Scottish Premiership ahead of Derek McInnes’ Aberdeen.