WATCH: Aberdeen midfielder James Maddison scores unstoppable free-kick to send Rangers into bottom half
If there is a last-minute goal worthy of winning a game, it must be James Maddison’s effort against Rangers.
The 19-year-old, on loan at Aberdeen from Norwich City, curled an inch-perfect free-kick past Wes Foderingham. The 89th-minute set piece gave the home side a 2-1 victory over Mark Warburton’s Gers in the Scottish Premiership.
The Ibrox side had not visited the Granite City in four-and-a-half years but the time had done little to quell the animosity between the sides.
The Dons support mercilessly lapped it up as winger Johnny Hayes stroked the home side ahead 22 seconds into the second half. But the Irishman’s foul on Lee Wallace teed up Andy Halliday to level from the penalty spot with 13 minutes left.
Just as Gers thought they had claimed a point substitute Maddison’s unstoppable free-kick sent Rangers crashing into the bottom half of the table.
See Maddison’s strike, below…