Motherwell winger Kaiyne Woolery has dedicated his weekend goal against Rangers to the absent away fans who couldn’t be at Ibrox to support the team on Sunday.

Rangers had won every league match at Ibrox since a defeat to Hamilton in March 2020 but Kaiyne Woolery’s goal sealed a point for Motherwell in a 1-1 draw. ‘Well are unbeaten in five league matches and Woolery can sense something good at the Fir Park club.

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Woolery netted against Rangers at Ibrox at the weekend as Motherwell earned a hard-fought Sunday point. (Photo by Lewis Storey/Getty Images)

Speaking of his goal and the team’s performance at Ibrox, Woolery said: “Rangers were up for it, they had a lot of shots and Liam Kelly and the back four were outstanding. But we always knew we were going to get one chance. We have been playing really well the last few games and picking up good results.

“I think we have found a little mould, everyone in the changing room is a good person on and off the pitch. It was an unbelievable feeling scoring, especially in front of so many fans but it was a shame our fans weren’t here to celebrate with us.

 

“I didn’t know I scored, it went so quiet. It was a hard game but really enjoyable, there was a good atmosphere and we got a good result in the end.”

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