Rangers fans react on Twitter to Hyndman display v Celtic
By Will Butcher
Rangers fans took to twitter after the Old Firm derby to express their disappointment with the performance of midfielder Emerson Hyndman. The game finished 1-1.
Hyndman, 20, had previously been one of the Gers most in-form players after finding the back of the net against the likes of Motherwell, Hearts and St. Johnstone.
However, the USA international struggled to get involved against Brendan Rodgers’ side, as the Hoops identified him as a player to keep quiet.
Celtic failed to hold on to a narrow win against the Gers as defender Clint Hill equalised late on following Stuart Armstrong’s opener.
Rangers fans reacted with frustration at Hyndman’s display on Twitter, with many claiming that he was “invisible” throughout the match when coming up against Scott Brown, Nir Bitton and Armstrong.
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Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Mckay & Hyndman have been garbage
— The Queens 11 (@jamie_WATP) March 12, 2017
Problem is Hyndman has been invisible. If Forrester doesn't get on at some point I'll be annoyed. Decent apart from error.
— El Bufalo (@_do0v) March 12, 2017
1st point correct, but Hyndman has done nothing
— gilzar1873 ????⚪️???? (@thecampsieloyal) March 12, 2017
Have to say. Hyndman is a complete passenger in this game.
— RTID (@ScottSmcg10) March 12, 2017
Barrie McKay has been v disappointing, ditto Hyndman
— Graham Hendry (@TremendoHendo72) March 12, 2017
Mackay not in the game Waghorn running about like a headless chicken as is Miller Holt can't clear his lines Hyndman not in the game
— GJ???????? (@graemej8771) March 12, 2017
Hyndman, struggling with the pace of the game.
— JAM (@Weerthepeople) March 12, 2017
Hyndman, who is currently on loan from Premier League side Bournemouth, is likely to have caught the eye of Cherries boss Eddie Howe with his displays.
Rangers next face Hamilton at Ibrox on Saturday, as they look to stay on terms with second-placed Aberdeen.
In other Rangers news, fans reacted on Twitter after Jon Toral was left out of the Gers squad.