You can't beat it: Jamie Murphy blown away by one moment in Rangers win v Hamilton
Rangers winger Jamie Murphy has revealed he has always dreamed about scoring for the Gers after netting his first league goal in the 5-3 win over Hamilton on Sunday.
The 28-year-old scored one and set up three of the Gers goals in the eight-goal thriller at New Douglas Park.
Murphy’s goal against Accies made it two goals in two games after also netting against Ayr United in the Scottish Cup last week.
The winger joined the Gers from Brighton on loan with an agreement to make it a permanent switch in the summer and has impressed since returning to Scottish football.
Murphy revealed his goal against Ayr “felt better” but insisted he was blown away by scoring in the Premiership for the Light Blues.
“The feeling of scoring for Rangers is amazing; it is something I have always dreamed about, scoring goals for this football club,” Murphy told RangersTV.
“It was good to get the first league one today but the first one last week felt better. Every goal is amazing but you can’t beat your first one.”
Murphy has made seven appearances for the Gers since his January move has has contributed five assists and two goals for the Light Blues.
The 28-year-old has immediately made himself a key player for Graeme Murty’s side as they have overtaken Aberdeen in the league table and closed the gap to leaders Celtic to nine points.
Gers fans will be delighted with the way Murphy has performed since his arrival and will be hoping Murphy can help the Ibrox giants end their seven-year wait for a major trophy.
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