Absolutely wicked piece of skill on display from the Colombian
Rangers came away with a crucial victory against Hibernian coming from a goal down to win the match 2-1 last night. Having trailed for the majority of first half, the Gers turned the game on its head in a brief 3 minutes spell just before half-time, scoring twice in quick succession.
The winner proved to be the icing on the cake for the away fans as Alfredo Morelos skinned his marker Paul Hanlon, leaving his legs tied in knots as the forward blasted home from a tight angle.
A terrific Cruyff turn followed by a quick shimmy forward, Morelos left the Hibernian defender chasing shadows.
The win puts Rangers into the second spot, just behind leaders Celtic, level on points with the high flying Aberdeen. Morelos has now scored twice in two outings, his recent one being quite an exhibition.
Check out the skills on display from Morelos below –