LEE WALLACE has spoken of his immense pride after marking his 200th Rangers appearance with a goal in yesterday’s 4-0 demolition of Dundee.
The result sees Rangers awaiting their fate in this afternoon’s Scottish Cup semi-final draw, with Wallace rounding off the scoring in yesterday’s Ibrox rout.
He told RangersTV.tv: “The fact I was able to get that bonus goal at the end makes me proud to be a Rangers player.
“It the small moments, like when you’re celebrating away and you are just looking at the fans for that period of time that make it all worth it.
“So it was a really proud moment, and I am so proud to play for this football club, and to put in a performance like that on that landmark was really pleasing.
“There was even a wee stepover in there! I saw it opening up on the transition – we attacked, they attacked and then we regained the ball, and Nicky Law played me in and I saw the space and I believed – and I don’t normally have that belief – but at that moment in time I felt I could get by them somehow and I managed to swivel my way through and fortunately I made up for the earlier chance I missed where Kenny [Miller] should probably have got an assist.”