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Rangers’ Connor Goldson Trolls Borna Barisic Over ‘His’ Goal Against St. Joseph’s

Rangers’ Connor Goldson Trolls Borna Barisic Over ‘His’ Goal Against St. Joseph’s

Rangers defender Connor Goldson has been trolling team-mate Borna Barisic after ‘scoring’ against St. Joseph’s in last night’s Europa League tie.

The big English centre-half helped the Gers get their competitive season up and running in Gibraltar last night in the competition’s first qualifying round, and comfortably ran out 4-0 victors.

But perhaps the highlight of the evening was Barisic’s free-kick goal in the second-half, which looked like it might have been poached by Goldson before the ball fully crossed the line.

As it turned out, Croatian left-back Barisic was officially awarded the strike, but that hasn’t stopped Goldson having some fun with his pal on social media throughout today:

Do you think it was definitely Barisic’s goal, or does Goldson have a shout?

Rangers will host Gibraltar in their return match in Glasgow next midweek, but how far do you think Steven Gerrard’s men can go in this year’s competition?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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