Former Rangers attacker, Jason Cummings, who now plays for rival Premiership club Dundee, was pictured at Ibrox for Sunday’s friendly against Real Madrid.
The Gers produced a brilliant performance and triumphed 2-1 over Los Blancos in Govan.
Rodrygo opened the scoring for the visitors in the 8th minute but the hosts turned things around in the second half, with Fashion Sakala netting for the first time for the club before Cedric Itten scored the winner in the 77th minute.
The match was played in front of the biggest Ibrox crowd since March 2020, with many season ticket holders returning to the ground for the first time since then.
At least one non-season ticket holder made it into the stands, too, though, with Cummings in attendance.
Jason was the subject of a brilliant tweet from his dad, David, which pretended he was a young boy taking in his first game at Ibrox.
“Took the wee man to his first game at Ibrox tonight look at his wee face he’s delighted,” he wrote. “Told him if he sticks in he might play here one day and score a hat trick.”
Of course, the 25-year-old has already played for Rangers – making 18 appearances whilst on loan from Nottingham Forest in 2018 – while he’s also scored a treble at Ibrox, in a 4-1 Scottish Cup quarter-final victory over Falkirk.
Cummings divided opinion during his time with the Gers, with some wishing he’d been snapped up on a permanent deal and others questioning if he had the right mentality to play for such a big club.
Plenty of fans found the post hilarious, though, with it racking up over 7500 likes by the time of writing.
Cummings has started the 2021/22 season very well at Dundee, scoring three goals in three League Cup group stage matches, and will return to Ibrox with the Dens Park outfit in December.
A 21-goal reported Gers transfer target won’t be coming to Glasgow anytime soon, though, as he’s signed a new deal at his current club.