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Rangers Celebrate Aribo’s Great Goal In Win Over St. Mirren

Rangers Celebrate Aribo’s Great Goal In Win Over  St. Mirren

Scottish Premier League side, Rangers, have been hailing and flaunting Nigeria midfielder, Joe Aribo’s goal against St. Mirren on Sunday, Completesports.com reports.

The Gers defeated St. Mirren 4-0 with a Kemar Roofe Patrick, and Aribo scoring a spectacular strike in the 76th minute of the second half from outside the box with the left foot.

Rangers took to Twitter and Instagram platforms to hail the Nigerian’s spectacular effort with a video of the goal.

“What a Hit! @J_Ariibo19,” Rangers hails Aribo’s goal hit home with power.



Also Read: Aribo On Target As Rangers Claim Big Away Win, Close Gap On Leaders Celtic

Aribo has scored eight goals and registered six assists in 31 Scottish Premier League games for Rangers so far this season. He recorded one assist in 11 Europa League matches and one assist in three League Cup games.

Rangers are currently second in the Scottish Premier League table on 76 points from 33 games. They are six points behind leaders, Celtic who are on 82 points.

By Toju Sote

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  • Paschal 6 months ago

    Really?? Same Aribo who was hardly visible in the last game for Nigeria? For these guys to do so well for their clubs and so horrible for their country means something must be going miserably wrong somewhere hmmmmm

    • Amadomhen 6 months ago

      Mumu, when will you learn? Playing for club sides is not the same as the national team. That was the reason why Dennis the menace, Bassey and others were woeful in our last game. However, Aribo deserves to be congratulated.

  • pompei 6 months ago

    Paschal, you took the words right out of my mouth.
    The lion roars once again at Rangers, after some very timid miaow-ing for Nigeria in recent internationals..
    There must be something in our way of doing things that is affecting Aribo and our other SE lads negatively.
    Is it the weather, poor pitches, lack of familiarity with SE team mates? There are many other possible factors. NFF incompetence is a big one. Benefits that these players normally enjoy at their clubs that the NFF is not providing perhaps dampens player morale, which results in poor performance on the pitch.
    The new SE coach needs to create an environment that is similar to what these lads have in their clubs to get something close to the best out of them.
    In Aribo’s case, the new SE coach should go to the Ibrox and observe Aribo there. Possibly have a chat with Van Bronckhorst and other Rangers staff.
    If we can make adjustments in our processes to replicate the environment these players enjoy at their clubs, we will likely see an uptick in performance in international games.

  • I have told you people the players is not the problem is the coach and the tactics he used in the game