Like many Americans before him, Emerson Hyndman is enjoying life at Glasgow Rangers.
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Hyndman, 20, is on loan to the Scottish giants from Premier League side Bournemouth and he scored a last-gasp winner for the 10-man ‘Gers against St. Johnstone on Wednesday after also crashing an effort off the woodwork.
The Fulham academy product has now scored three goals in eight game since joining Rangers in January and after the likes of Alejandro Bedoya, DaMarcus Beasley and Carlos Bocanegra all enjoyed fruitful spells at Iborx in the past there’s another USMNT player following in their footsteps.
Of course, Rangers aren’t quite the powerhouse they once were and they’re currently managerless with Mark Warburton leaving earlier this month and Graeme Murty in temporary charge.
Still, the Scottish Premiership is a good place ground for Hyndman to grow and develop and he’ll come up against a fellow U.S. national team product Perry Kitchen who captains Hearts in Scotland’s top-flight.
Take a look at the video above to see Hyndman’s calm finish which keeps Rangers in third place in the table and now six points behind second-place Aberdeen.
While below is his reaction to scoring the late winner for Rangers.