Alfredo Morelos escaped a purple card for an obvious stamp in Rangers’ Scottish Premiership match in opposition to Hibernian on Wednesday.
The striker has one thing of a popularity for getting despatched off in his time on the Scottish membership and possibly ought to have had one other purple card so as to add to his assortment.
Simply 20 minutes into Rangers’ league conflict with Hibs, Morelos appeared to stamp on his opponent’s thigh, lacking the ball fully.
The commentator mentioned ‘it may have simply been a purple’ and replays confirmed how dangerous it seemed.
Morelos has been despatched off SEVEN instances throughout his Rangers profession, with 5 of his dismissals coming within the 2018/19 season.
Final season, he was given his marching orders twice however in 2020/21 has to this point not added to his whole.
The ahead – who broke Ally McCoist’s European scoring report for Rangers earlier this season – was strongly linked with a transfer away from Ibrox final summer time, with the participant himself admitting he was eager to depart.
However he ended up staying put, and his ten targets and have helped Gers to each the highest of the Scottish Premiership desk and into the knockout levels of the Europa League.
His teammate Kemar Roofe informed talkSPORT in December that Morelos is certainly staying put within the the switch window, saying the Colombian is totally dedicated to Rangers’ cost to the title.
Requested about Morelos by talkSPORT host Jim White, Roofe mentioned: “He loves soccer, he actually does love soccer.
“He’s filled with beans on the coaching floor, giving it 100 per cent, he’s filled with power, he tries his greatest and he’s a fighter.
“These are the type of gamers we’d like enjoying for Rangers in our staff.
“In fact he’s dedicated to the trigger in any other case he wouldn’t be enjoying. If he wasn’t [committed] I’m certain the gaffer wouldn’t have him, and likewise the gamers wouldn’t be having him both.
“None of us may single him out in any respect.
“With the gaffer, if you happen to don’t give 100 per cent you’re not going to have a very good time, it’s so simple as that.
“Each participant has to offer their all, even in coaching. You’ve received to indicate battle and dedication.”