Former Rangers player Jason Cummings grabbed the headlines as his double helped Shrewsbury to an FA Cup replay with European, World and soon-to-be English champions Liverpool.
The eccentric striker nabbed a penalty and slotted him a second after coming off the bench with the Shrews 2-0 down in the Fourth-Round tie.
It’s a result which has Jurgen Klopp fuming with the German claiming neither he nor the Liverpool first team will take part in the cup replay.
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The result forces Liverpool back to Anfield and a big FA Cup payday for the League One side with Cummings the toast of Shropshire yesterday evening.
Cummings was a second-half substitute for the Shrews and his introduction to the match changed the course of it.
A popular character from his time at Rangers, Cummings is one of the loudest personalities around and the club’s supporters will be buzzing for the 24-year-old.
The Cumdog wasn’t the only ex-Rangers player turning out in the match either with former Ibrox loanee Sean Goss also starring for Shrewsbury.
Both players will now face a reverse at Anfield and Shrewsbury will be praying for an upset on Merseyside.
If they’re to achieve it, you can bet the Jason Cummings will be right at the heart of it.
Either on the pitch or in the celebrations off it!