Despite beating Partick Thistle 2-0 at Ibrox on Saturday, Glasgow Rangers fans have taken to social media to criticise attackers Martyn Waghorn and Barrie McKay.
The Gers opened the scoring in the 39th minute, with Kenny Miller netting his ninth goal of the season from 27 appearances.
— NinetyMinutesOnline (@90MinsOnline) April 11, 2017
22-year-old Jon Toral then sealed the three points for Rangers with his first strike for the Glasgow side.
However, the Gers fans decided Waghorn and McKay did not deserve the praise the rest of the squad had been receiving, slamming their performances in the victory.
Both players did not finish the match for Rangers, with Joe Dodoo replacing the Scottish youngster at the start of the second half.
Waghorn managed a further half hour on the pitch, however he still did not have the impact that Pedro Caixinha and the Ibrox faithful had hoped for, and was eventually substituted for Joe Garner.
The Rangers fans took to Twitter to discuss their opinions of the game and all seemed to be of the same conclusion that McKay and Waghorn did not have the best of games in the blue shirt.
Here are a selection of the best tweets:
Taking off McKay & Waghorn were good moves. McKay doesn't try & win the ball. Waghorn just didn't look like scoring despite getting service.
— Ray (@rc89_) April 15, 2017
— sean macinnes (@seanmacinnes30) April 15, 2017
@jamied28 he grew into the game tho. Just started of a bag of nerves. Waghorn wastes to many chances. He has a bigger work rate than Garner
— Blair Gorman (@Blairgorman86) April 15, 2017
@dalrsc1 Waghorn doesn't deserve the minutes right now what so ever
— We Welcome the Chase (@thatfootiefan) April 15, 2017
@Blairgorman86 Aye Dodoo was more direct immediately. McKay's head could be elsewhere if he wants away. Waghorn and Garner!! What a sitter
— Wheels (@allywheels) April 15, 2017
Waghorn is awful.
McKay not as good as he thinks he is. #RFC
— BMC Rangers Rants (@BMCRangersRants) April 15, 2017
Garner and Waghorn should be nowhere near the first team, both are pish, dunno how many chances Waghorn has fluffed being one on one
— Steven James Millan (@Millano82) April 15, 2017
Positives- Wilson, Beerman, Miller. Holt MOTM by some distance, turned his season around.
Negatives- Waghorn and McKay. Stinking.
— Greg Milne (@Greg_1872) April 15, 2017
@IbroxViews at least Waghorn done a bit of running, McKay was an embarrassment today
— Ally.. (@Alllyyyyyy) April 15, 2017
Negatives. Waghorn is hopless and I wouldn't play McKay for the rest of the season, his attitude and performance are stinking.
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