'What he does' - McManus salutes Rangers star after stunning moment v Ayr
BBC pundit Tam McManus has hailed Jason Cummings, after the Rangers striker’s stunning acrobatic goal gave his side in the Scottish Cup tie v Ayr.
Cummings goal put the Light Blues 2-1 ahead in a match they went on to win 6-1.
McManus was impressed that Cummings was able to score such a good goal after hardly featuring in the game up until that moment.
“Not kicked a ball and bags. What he does. Superb finish” he exclaimed on his personal Twitter account.
Not kicked a ball and bags. What he does. Superb finish.
— Tam McManus (@The_Tman10) February 11, 2018
The goal was Cummings’ second for the Ibrox club since joining on-loan from Nottingham Forest until the end of the season, which could be made permanent at the end of the season.
Despite falling a goal behind, the Gers eventually ran out comfortable winners against Ayr, with Josh Wndass and Alfredo Morelos each helping themselves to a double.
Jamie Murphy got the other goal, his first since moving to Ibrox from Brighton.
The victory took the Gers into the draw for the quarter-final, where they were drawn to play Championship side Falkirk at Ibrox, a tie which gives them a great chance of making it to April’s semi-finals at Hampden.
Before that though the Light Blues return to league action, their next fixture a trip to Hamilton on Sunday as the battle with Aberdeen for second place in the Scottish Premiership continues.
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