British tennis number one Cameron Norrie makes overdue Rangers visit v Dundee United
Cameron Norrie has finally made his long overdue visit to Ibrox to watch Rangers take on Dundee United, according to the Daily Record.
Britain’s number one male tennis player has long been associated with the Light Blues with his dad being brought up in the local area and supporting them his entire life and now he has been able to make the pilgrimage to Ibrox.
Great Britain were knocked out of the Davis Cup in Glasgow earlier this week which opened up time for Norrie to join his dad in the stands for the visit of Dundee United.
It didn’t take long for them to see the Gers go in front either as Antonio Colak struck inside ten minutes after some early disturbance between the two sets of fans over the Queen’s passing.
Norrie’s Dad was following Rangers all over Europe last season as they reached the Europa League final.
This should be a routine victory for Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side and that will be absolutely crucial to regain some of their momentum to kickstart their chase of Celtic in the Premiership title race.
The Hoops are already five points clear but that gap could be cut to two today with Ange Postecoglu’s side visiting St Mirren on Sunday and nothing less than that is acceptable.
Home games against the lesser sides of the division can not see any points dropped with the standard of the top two so vastly better than that of the rest.
Dundee United should be easily swept aside and Colak’s early opener was crucial to their quest to do just that.
The Croatian was able to justify why he should start over Alfredo Morelos after he was surprisingly dropped in midweek against Napoli and you can’t see why van Bronckhorst would ever choose to do that again.