Kilmarnock star Gary Dicker has taken a shot at Rangers manager Steven Gerrard following yesterday’s 1-1 draw at Ibrox – and asked if anyone scores a “good goal” against the Gers.
Gerrard had criticised his defence for gifting Kilmarnock the opener through Conor McAleny and Dicker seemed less than impressed with Gerrard’s comments.
Writing on his personal Twitter account, Dicker poked fun at Gerrard, saying “does anyone ever score a good goal against this lot”
Alfredo Morelos levelled the score with his 29th goal of the campaign for Rangers but it wasn’t enough to push them on to the win.
Killie have done brilliantly against Rangers this season and were decent value for their draw at Ibrox.
The draw at Ibrox was the fourth consecutive game which Gerrard’s side have failed to win and really ramps the pressure up ahead of the upcoming Old Firm clash.
With Aberdeen also drawing yesterday, the point for Killie keeps them in a good position to push on and take third-place in the league before the end of the campaign.
Dicker has made 34 appearances for the Rugby Park side so far this season as Steve Clarke’s side have surpassed all expectations.
With only eight games left in the season and only a point splitting Killie and Aberdeen, the Rugby Park side could be on for their higest league position since 2003.