By Danny Wright

28th Feb, 2018 | 6:00am

Rangers star Josh Windass trolls Chris Sutton after win against St Johnstone

Rangers star Josh Windass trolled Celtic hero Chris Sutton after his club won 4-1 against St Johnstone at a snowy McDiarmid Park on Tuesday night.
Windass, 24, was on the scoresheet as well as James Tavernier, Sean Goss and Alfredo Morelos in what was a straightforward win that reduced the gap to Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic to just six points.
Brendan Rodgers’ men can respond on Wednesday night against Dundee provided the game goes ahead with blizzard conditions due to hit Glasgow throughout the day.
After the game in Perth, Windass took to his personal Twitter account to send a message to young fan Finlay Sangster, who met BT Sport pundits Sutton, Stephen Craigan, Terry Butcher and Alex Rae at McDiarmid Park.

Windass then apologised that the youngster had to meet Celtic-mad Sutton.
“Amazing to see you again tonight mate. Sorry you had to meet Chris Sutton,” he said.

Windass has been in phenomenal form for Rangers this season.
The former Accrington Stanley attacker, who was linked with a move away from Ibrox in the January transfer window, has scored 16 goals in 33 appearances in all competitions, chipping in with eight assists in the process.
There’s no doubt that if Windass continues this stunning form then he will be up for contention to be named as player of the year at not only Ibrox, but also in the hole of Scotland as few saw the 24-year-old playing so well after flopping under the leadership of Mark Warburton and Pedro Caixinha.
In other Rangers news, fans have demanded the club to sign this “outrageous” international attacker in the summer.
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