Rangers fans react on Twitter to Beerman display in draw v Kilmarnock
By Will Butcher
Rangers fans are delighted with teenage ace Myles Beerman on Twitter after the left-back was one of their side’s only stand-out performers against Kilmarnock during his debut.
Beerman shone on the left side of defence against Lee McCulloch’s Killies, as the Gers kept a clean sheet at Rugby Park despite fielding a makeshift back four including Beerman.
The 17-year-old replaced captain Lee Wallace with aplomb, with his finest moment coming in the form of nutmegging attacker Connor Salmon twice.
The Maltese left-back is the latest of a long line of Gers academy products to be given their chance, as Beerman looks to follow in the footsteps of Barrie McKay who has shone this term.
Rangers fans took to Twitter to applaud the performance of Beerman, despite the overall display and result leaving a sour taste in the mouth.
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Fans were hopeful that they will get to see more of the young defender after he starred on his debut for the 54-time Scottish champions.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
beerman looks a player.. if our final ball was better we coulda walked that there with the amount of corners we had
— ritchie (@ritchielawson) April 5, 2017
— David Macpherson (@Davidmacreal72) April 5, 2017
I really liked the look of young Beerman tonight, good to see someone so young so comfortable on the ball. Big Bates done well also????????
— David Horn (@DavidHorn95) April 5, 2017
no real positives to take from tonight really bar young Beerman, thought he had a good game
— Sean Brady (@Braaaady_Boy) April 5, 2017
Beerman,very good and Bates grew into the game.
Plus,80% of they imposters won't be here next season.
— Smiffy (@Smiffy54AC) April 5, 2017
Myles Beerman impressed me more in 1 match than Lee Wallace has all season. Very solid, didn't look out of place at all. Cracking prospect
— Kevin Geddes (@Geddes1989) April 5, 2017
The two-time Malta Under-21’s international could now be part of the side that faces Aberdeen on Sunday, in a match that is must-win if the Gers want to finish second.
In other Rangers news, Killie striker Boyd had earlier slammed the Gers recruitment.