Wes Foderingham delivers Twitter verdict after Rangers draw v Celtic
By Dominic Toner
Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham believes that his side “deserved more” than the point they picked up against Celtic on Sunday.
The Gers managed to earn a 1-1 draw away to bitter rivals Celtic in the Scottish Premiership and end their 22-game winning run.
Brendan Rodgers’ side took the lead in the first-half through a Stuart Armstrong goal, but veteran defender Clint Hill equalised in the 87th minute for Rangers.
Graeme Murty, who was taking charge as caretaker managed for the last time, saw his side compete strongly against the runaway leaders and striker Martyn Waghorn will feel disappointed not to have scored.
Pedro Caixinha will now take full-term charge as the new Gers boss and will have been encouraged by his team’s performance.
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Foderingham feels his side deserved more from the Old Firm clash despite earning an impressive away point.
“Deserved more but we will take that. Boys gave everything. Fans brilliant,” Foderingham wrote on his personal Twitter account.
Foderingham will have been delighted to ship just the one goal in the clash after conceding seven times in his previous two meetings with Celtic.
The 26-year-old shot stopper was beaten by a smart finish from Armstrong, but did manage to keep out in-form striker Moussa Dembele.
Caixinha, who was watching on from the stands, will have been pleased with the Rangers efforts and he is the man tasked with helping them compete at the top-end of Scottish football once again.
They are currently third-placed in the league table and eight points adrift of Aberdeen, while leaders Celtic are a huge 33 points ahead of them.
Rangers’ display at Celtic Park on Sunday suggested the gulf in class between the two teams is not colossal and they will hope to be back in the picture next season.
In other Rangers news, the club’s supporters slammed a 22-year-old after his display against Celtic.