Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara played the full 90 minutes as Finland came out 1-0 winners against Greece in the Euro 2020 qualifier last night.
Many Gers fans were watching on as the 23-year-old performed well in a more advanced midfield role for his country. It led to some supporters on Twitter calling for manager Steven Gerrard to push Kamara further forward at club level:
He bossed it the full game aswell
can we stop pretending that Ryan Jack is better than him?
— Lewi (@Lewi02615404) 5 September 2019
Well done Glen Kamara and Finland another brilliant result
— Euan MacTaggart (@EuanMacTaggart) 5 September 2019
Tell gerrard to give him the freedom to get further up the pitch again thats when hes at his best
— Mike Loughlin (@ElHun_1) 6 September 2019
Play him as an AM
— Josh🏴🇬🇧 (@J_RFC62) 5 September 2019
— ™️ (@scxtt72) 5 September 2019
It was he who got the penalty that lead to the winning goal. MOTM, no question.
— Dromedaari (@Dromedaari1) 5 September 2019
@MMLN54 He’s no Finnished.
— SMZ (@stumrtnz) 6 September 2019
Kamara was hauled off at halftime in the Old Firm derby last weekend as Gerrard looked to reshape his midfield after a poor first-half display against Celtic.
The Light Blues are overburdened with central midfielders with Steven Davis, Joe Aribo and Andy King all able to play in attacking midfield roles so the likelihood that Kamara will be freed up to play further up the pitch is low.
Kamara’s Finland will face Italy next up in a top of the table clash on Sunday. The Italians have won all five of their group games so far while the Finns are only three points behind.