## ## Watch Kris Boyd leave Rangers fans in stitches as he scuffs penalty during Liverpool legends clash
(Image: SNS Group)Sign up to FREE email alerts from Daily Record RangersSubscribeWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeThere were plenty of legitimate criticisms of his all round contribution during his playing days, but one thing no one could deny about Kris Boyd is he knew where the back of the net was.In two spells with Rangers the striker scored 138 goals in 234 games, a record better than a goal every other game.Boyd also hit 136 goals for Kilmarnock , making him their fifth top goalscorer of all time and second top league goalscorer with 121.As you might expect for such a deadly finisher, Boyd had an excellent record from the penalty spot.He missed just six times during his career, converting 36 times from 12 yards. Both of his Premiership goals last season came from the spot.Today he returned to Ibrox for a match against Liverpool legends, and when he was brought down by Jamie Carragher in the early stages it seemed certain that he open the scoring.However, in very uncharacteristic fashion the 36 year old didn catch his shot properly, and it went harmlessly wide of the left hand post.Boyd saw the funny side, bursting into laughter after his terrible effort, and naturally he made up for it with a composed left footed finish later in the match.Peter Lovenkrands also made it on to the score sheet in the first half, but goals from Luis Garcia, Patrik Berger and Emile Heskey ensured the Reds held the lead at half time.Lovenkrands gave something of a chasing to Jason McAteer though, who cheered ironically as the Dane went off.Read MoreRangers FCallMost ReadMost RecentScottish PremiershipCeltic blew Rangers away and there is no asterisk beside nine in a row Chris SuttonThe Hoops hero feels Neil Lennon’s men could have won by more than 20 points if the season was completed.Scottish football’s 13 potential hub venues and where YOUR club could be playingScottish Professional Football LeagueThere could be just 13 stadiums in use in a bid to control the coronavirus pandemic.UEFA provide Celtic and Rangers boost as governing body clear up Aleksander Ceferin confusionUEFAThe president of UEFA had suggested there would be a change in European qualification for cancelled leagues but that won’t be the case.Celtic title verdict LIVE as clubs address Premiership end game during extended summitCeltic FCThe Hoops hold a 13 point lead over rivals Rangers that will see them crowned champions when the top flight is ended on a points per game average.Steven Gerrard can make Rangers stop the 10 but he needs to sign more winners Barry FergusonSteven GerrardThe Ibrox legend is confident that Gerrard is the man to bring the glory days back to Ibrox.Henrik LarssonThe time Celtic faced the ultimate transfer conundrum when replacing the irreplaceable Henrik LarssonThe Hoops have had plenty of signing puzzles to solve but none quite like trying to find a successor to the Swedish superstar.Ex Aberdeen supremo predicts key Scottish football change to halt ‘long, lingering and painful death’Scottish Professional Football LeagueFormer Everton and Aston Villa supremo Keith Wyness has urged everyone involved to put aside their differences to help save our gameUEFA provide Celtic and Rangers boost as governing body clear up Aleksander Ceferin confusionUEFAThe president of UEFA had suggested there would be a change in European qualification for cancelled leagues but that won’t be the case.Malky Mackay reveals the ‘European style’ mandate set to revolutionise Scottish footballFootball NewsThe former Cardiff City boss is in charge of overseeing young Scottish talent and has helped shake up SFA youth structure.Olivier Ntcham in Nice transfer link as Celtic star’s idol Patrick Vieira ‘eyes reunion’Olivier NtchamLe10sport claim the 24 year old Hoops star is high on their agenda as they put together their summer transfer wishlist.