Rangers midfielder Josh Windass has lauded the atmosphere at Ibrox on Saturday as the Gers edged out Motherwell to win 2-1 in their Premiership clash.

The home side were stunned when Motherwell took the lead through Scott McDonald in the 19th minute, the Motherwell man being left with a simple finish following a pass from Marvin Johnson.

But Rangers hit back and drew themselves level in the 64th minute through Harry Forrester, who hit a shot from outside the box.

Rangers pushed for a winner and eventually found it, with Kenny Miller making it 2-1 to the hosts in injury time, breaking Motherwell hearts.

Windass, who was not involved, was watching on and was stunned by the superb atmosphere late on at Ibrox as Rangers pushed to find a winner.


He wrote on Twitter: "What a win for the boys.

"The noise in that stadium when Kenny scored was something else."

The attendance for the game at Ibrox was a whopping 48,716, as Mark Warburton's men kept themselves ahead of fierce rivals Celtic.

Rangers have seven points from their opening three games and sit top of the Premiership table, with Celtic second on six points, however the Bhoys do have a game in hand on the Gers.