If you're going to score a last minute match-winning free kick, it may as well be a worldie

That's exactly what James Maddison did to beat Rangers in Scotland

If you're going to score a last minute match-winning free kick, it may as well be a worldie

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It's been a jam packed weekend of Premier League action with enough drama and entertainment to keep you busy, so you may be forgiven if you didn't have time to catch Aberdeen's clash with Rangers this afternoon.

An entertaining game saw the two sides deadlocked at one apiece heading into injury time, with Irish international Johnathan Hayes opening the scoring for the Dons in the first half before Andrew Haliday equalised for Rangers. 

With Aberdeen eager to keep up their pursuit of Celtic in top spot, they were awarded a free 30 yards and a late chance to snatch victory in Pittodrie.

Cue James Maddison. 


And from behind.