Rangers star Ryan Jack has taken to social media to goad the Aberdeen support after the midfielder played an influential role in the Ibrox side reaching the Viaplay Cup Final.
Ibrox teammates Kemar Roofe and Alfredo Morelos – also central to the eventual 2-1 AET victory – have also taken to social media after the club ended their Hampden hoodoo against the Dons.
Former Aberdeen captain Ryan Jack is used to getting stick from the Dons support and it must’ve felt very good to get the Ibrox side’s equaliser in the game.
Celebrating wildly with the Rangers badge, the Ibrox midfielder added insult to injury at the end of the game by indulging in the Silence of the Lambs via Instagram.
Named Player of the Match in the game, the Ryan Jack also thanked the Aberdeen fans for coming.
The Rangers midfielder also took to Instagram to post after the victory, with Ryan Jack clearly looking forward to another League Cup Final.
Ryan Jack silences Aberdeen as Kemar Roofe, Alfredo Morelos take to socials
Rangers midfielder Jacko wasn’t the only one to post either, with Kemar Roofe taking to social media after netting the winner v Aberdeen.
The Jamaican international’s season has been badly derailed by injury and the club are once again sweating over the player’s fitness after Roofe went off the pitch with a shoulder injury.
Roofe can’t catch a break this season and that was reflected in the Rangers star’s message to the Ibrox support.
Alfredo Morelos – who was the subject of a pre-match subplot involving Aberdeen captain Anthony Stewart – also took to social media to express his delight at making the League Cup Final.
The Colombian was given ammunition heading into the match with Stewart claiming that Ibrox teammate Antonio Colak was a better striker than him.
Alfie would have the last laugh after Stewart was sent off in second half injury time and Rangers progressed to the final.
Translated from Spanish the post reads: “Nice victory and what’s coming is more beautiful”
Rangers book Viaplay Cup final place v Aberdeen
Rangers came from behind to defeat Aberdeen 2-1 with Ryan Jack equalising from an Alfredo Morelos assist after Bojan Miovski had put the Dons into the lead in the first half.
Kemar Roofe would then win the day for Rangers in extra time after Dons captain Anthony Stewart was sent packing at the end of the 90 for a wild tackle on Ibrox attacker Fashion Sakala.
The Gers will face Old Firm rivals Celtic in a showpiece Hampden Final on 26th February with the victor getting their hands on the first silverware of the season.
Rangers haven’t won the trophy since 2011 and will look to put that right, with the Gers last reaching the Final in 2019, where they were defeated by Celtic in controversial circumstances after Chris Jullien scored an offside winner.
Meanwhile, one high-profile former Rangers target could be set for a Premier League switch.