Watch: Rangers' Goals of the Season as strikes v Celtic + BVB win awards
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Watch: Rangers' Goals of the Season as strikes v Celtic + BVB win awards

Last night saw Rangers hold the club’s Player Awards ceremony for the 2021/22 season as the Gers recognised the best of the current campaign – and there were three awards handed out for Goal of the Season across the men’s side, B team and women’s team.

While there have been some absolutely stunning goals scored this season for all three sides, the three picked are all worthy winners.

Alex Lowry, John Lundstram and Jane Ross were all lauded for their mouth-watering goals and all three went home with trophies for their goals.

All three goals are very different types of strikes and we’ll leave you to make up your own mind over which one you think is the best of the three.

Here are Rangers’ Goals of the Season from last night’s awards:

First up was Lowry’s effort against Celtic as the Scotland youth international picked up the ball inside his own half before driving at the Celtic defence and finding himself in acres of space heading towards goal.

The Gers teen then unleashed an incredible right-footed effort that soared past the Celtic keeper and high into the net at the Broomloan Road end of Ibrox.

“It was a pretty good goal,” Lowry told Rangers TV. “In that game we were just brilliant. The full game we were just excellent and to top it off I got a goal. Buzzing.”

The second of the three goals was Janes Ross’ delightful strike – also against Celtic – as she lofted the ball over their keeper and into the back of the net.

Having seen the ball ping around in midfield as Celtic contrived to give away possession from a goal kick, Ross showed fantastic composure to lift the ball over the keeper and bring it back down just underneath the crossbar.

Finally, the men’s Goal of the Season went to John Lundstram after his rocket against Borussia Dortmund in the Gers’ Europa League triumph in Germany.

Ryan Kent’s driving run saw the wideman find Lundstram on the edge of the area and the ex-Sheffield United midfielder rifled the ball home with a finish he made look much easier than it was.

“I didn’t realise at the time what it would mean and the magnitude of it but I think I will look back on it as the best of my career,” he told Rangers TV.

If not the most special night of my career so far – obviously Sunday in the semi-final against Celtic was another massive.

“Going into a final and then the (Europa semi-final) now so hopefully we can top that.”

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