VOTING for December’s Goal of the Month is now open.  Read the reports below and vote for your favourite. 

One lucky fan who voted for the winning goal will win the chance to recreate the goal at Auchenhowie with the player himself.

Goal A – Wilson vs Aberdeen

With his 3rd goal for Rangers, Danny Wilson put Rangers ahead against Aberdeen at Pittodrie.  Declan John whipped in a free-kick from the right-hand side and Wilson sent a looping header over the reach of the helpless Joe Lewis and into the back of the Dons net.


Goal B – Morelos vs Ross County

With Rangers trailing to an early Ross County goal, Morelos stepped up to level things at 1-1 with a coolly taken finish, his first in 11 games. Daniel Candeias broke down the right and cut the ball back to Morelos at the penalty spot and lifted the ball above the keeper into the top corner.


Goal C – Windass vs Hibs

With his 6th goal of the season, Josh Windass drew Rangers level at Easter Road with a great finish.  Jason Holt slipped a neat ball into the path of Windass who took one touch out of his feet and unleashed a strong left foot shot, beating the keeper and nestling in the bottom corner.


Goal D – Morelos vs Hibs

Having just drawn level in the match, Alfredo Morelos took it upon himself to put the Gers ahead just before half time.  Having received the ball at the corner of the box, Morelos drove at Paul Hanlon, turning him inside and out before lashing the ball past Marciano at his near post.


Goal E – Wilson vs Motherwell

Danny Wilson grabbed his 3rd goal of the month with a wonderful finish to open the scoring against Motherwell.  Having collected a loose ball from a corner on the corner of the box, Wilson took a touch and lashed an unstoppable shot into the top right hand corner, leaving the keeper helpless.


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The vote closes at 11.59 (GMT) on Sunday 7 January and the winner will be announced on Monday 8 January.

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