Date: 25th November 2019 at 8:00pm
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With the November international break coming to an end, Rangers were back in Scottish Premiership action on Sunday as we made the trip to Hamilton Academical, but as fans will know, key striker Alfredo Morelos had to settle for a place on the bench.

We didn’t really miss the Colombian, taking a 3-1 victory owing to goals from Ryan Jack and a Ryan Kent brace to keep the pressure on at the top of the table, and with him only getting a small runout at the end of the game, he should be fully recharged after all his travelling.

The 23-year-old did still make his mark on the game though, as despite his ten odd minutes on the pitch, he helped himself to his sixth yellow card of the campaign so far, as well as more than playing his part in Kent’s second on the day.

Rangers fans on social media were somewhat bemused by the fact that referee Steven McLean was quick to card him for ‘lashing out’, yet Accies player, Mikel Miller, got away scot-free, despite committing the initial foul.

Was The Booking Justified?

Nailed On, It Was Petulant Again

Nailed On, It Was Petulant Again

No Chance, Not With Everything Else He Let Go

No Chance, Not With Everything Else He Let Go

It's Morelos, It'll Always Happen

It's Morelos, It'll Always Happen

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