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A superb turn on the edge of the box by Novo was ruined by the sclaff that followed and Alan Combe gratefully swooped on the loose ball ahead of Kris Boyd, who was offside anyway.
"I didn't catch the ball cleanly, but it's most definitely the best sclaff I'll ever score.
Andreu looked up to pick out a player in the middle of the box, only to sclaff his cross GA McKinnon but wildly out of play.
But a couple of bobbles and a sclaff later, we were out.
Grant Brebner swung a foot at it and missed before Kevin Thomson tried to sclaff the ball to safety.
Obadeyi jinked his way down the left and cut the ball back to Chris Johnston who appeared to sclaff his shot.
Hamilton had to make a block from a McGinn shot within three minutes and was relieved to see Graeme Shinnie sclaff the rebound wide.
"Morton deserved to win but their first goal was deflected and the second was a sclaff."
Queens pleaded frantically for offside but the full-back had timed his run to perfection, even if the shot he finally planted behind Clark was something of a sclaff. Still, it was a thing of beauty to Rangers fans as they lifted the lid off Ibrox in celebration in a release of energy that resembled the spout of a pressure cooker lid.
To be fair he quickly rectified his mistake and Simpson appeared to be wishing he hadn't as he stepped up to sclaff a tentative sweep of his three wood that skied the ball so high and short he was lucky to reach the fairway.
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