Emerson Hyndman’s productive loan spell at Rangers continued Wednesday as he scored a stoppage-time winner to earn his side a 3-2 victory over St. Johnstone.
The midfielder, on loan from Bournemouth, chested down a pass and then hit his shot on the half volley. It appeared the keeper didn’t get a good read on it, as it bounced into the corner for the goal.
The strike saved 10-man Rangers embarrassment as the side had given away a 2-0 advantage in the last 16 minutes of the contest, with St. Johnstone equalizing in the 87th minute.
But it was Hyndman who was able to deliver minutes later, scoring his third goal for Rangers in just six league games.
It also snapped a four game winless-skid for Rangers in the Scottish Premiership.