Rangers ran out comfortable 2-0 winners over St. Mirren in Paisley courtesy of goals from Kemar Roofe and Alfredo Morelos – with absolutely no help from the penalty spot.

Much of the pre-match coverage was dominated by the comments of Buddies boss Jim Goodwin who urged referees to be “brave enough” to give penalties against the Gers.

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Rangers fan have sent absolutely no regards to St. Mirren boss Jim Goodwin after the Gers defeated the Buddies 2-0. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

But referee Alan Muir had a relatively quiet day as the Gers ran out comfortable winners and exacted a small semblance of revenge for their League Cup defeat on the same patch a fortnight ago.

In an unconventional 3pm kick-off, Rangers started sloppily but approached the match with much more professionalism than in the 3-2 defeat.

The Ibrox side were deserved winners as they took their chances, Kemar Roofe’s effort deflecting in after he was slid in by Ianis Hagi following the Romanian winning the ball in midfield.

Alfredo Morelos would then capitalise on a Joe Shaughnessy slip to make it 2-0 as the Colombian hit goalscoring form ahead of the weekend’s Old Firm clash with Celtic.

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But it was St. Mirren manager Goodwin who Rangers fans reserved their post-match messages for as they sent no regards to the ex-Celtic man in the wake of the result:

 

The result means Rangers have now won 13 Scottish Premiership games in a row heading into the New Year clash with Celtic at Ibrox.

It’s not the first time Rangers fans have sent no regards to Jim Goodwin either – here’s how they originally reacted to the St. Mirren manager’s comments.

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