Rangers fans react on Twitter to impressive Kranjcar display v Inverness
By Harvey Byrne
Rangers midfielder Niko Kranjcar gave a good performance for his side as they beat Inverness on Friday evening – and many Gers fans picked the experienced midfielder as their man-of-the-match.
Kranjcar, 32, completed a move to Ibrox from American side New York Cosmos.
He played 75 minutes of his club’s 1-0 victory over Inverness before being brought off for Josh Windass.
The former Croatia international impressed much of the Rangers support on social media, with some picking him as their standout player.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
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Big 3 points tonight, always a tough place to go. Kranjcar motm again ????⚪️???? #watp
— Stewart (@StewartBraidie) October 14, 2016
Important win that for Rangers. Kranjcar provided a touch of class. Defending of cross balls still a major flaw. Needs sorted out pronto.
— David Friel (@davidfriel81) October 14, 2016
Niko kranjcar motm for me ????????????
— William dickie (@WdWully77) October 14, 2016
— Gary (@garygovan5055) October 14, 2016
Should've been far more than 1 but at least it's 3 points. Kranjcar man of the match by a distance. Good result ????????
— Jonny Kerr (@JonnyKerr29) October 14, 2016
Kranjcar MOTM again for me.
— Rangers Culture (@RangersCulture) October 14, 2016
Kranjcar has been a key player for his side following his move in the summer playing in 14 encounters and scoring three goals.
The midfielder has helped his side return to the Scottish top flight in impressive form with 15 points from their first nine fixtures.
They now sit four points behind their fiercest rivals Celtic, although the Hoops currently have two matches in hand.
The Gers will face their Glaswegian rivals in their next encounter with a Scottish League Cup semi-final tie next Sunday.
Mark Warburton will be keen to avenge his side’s humiliating 5-1 defeat suffered at the hands of Celtic earlier on in the campaign.
In other Rangers news, Chris Sutton believes that Mark Warburton could have dealt with the Joey Barton situation better.