Graham Dorrans’ penalty against Hamilton is as cool as you like.
The Rangers captain probably thought any chance he had to score a goal tonight was gone with Ryan Jack’s sending off in the second half.
His side were 3-1 up at the time after a Declan John double and a Daniel Candeias shot saw the visitors to New Douglas Park fight back from a Danny Redmond goal down inside the first minute.
So you can understand if Dorrans and the rest of the Rangers players resigned themselves to a final 35 minutes of all-out defence.
Instead, they got on the scoresheet straight away, with Jason Holt winning a penalty that Dorrans coolly slotted home.
Luckily, a supporter was on hand to record the goal – and it is so calm:
— talkingbaws (@talkingbaws) September 29, 2017
How good is that?
That put Rangers 4-1 up and they look set to hold on to that lead going into the final 15 minutes of the game.
Rakish Bingham had a chance to pull one back for the hosts from the penalty spot, but his effort was palmed away by Wes Foderingham.