Kemar Roofe has taken to social media to seemingly claim he should've had a penalty in Rangers' defeat to Motherwell.

The Jamaican forward has recently made his return to the first-team fold after his latest injury.

He was a second-half substitute for Philippe Clement on Saturday, as the league leaders were stunned by the visitors in Glasgow. 

James Tavernier levelled for Rangers after Theo Bair had the Steelmen in front. 

However, rather than an onslaught from the Premiership title chasers, it was Dan Casey who scored the all-important winning goal for Stuart Kettlewell's team.

It was a tackle from Casey on Ross McCausland that caught the eye of most when reviewing any controversial calls from referee Alan Muir and those on VAR duty.

Now, though, Roofe has subtly raised the point that he could well have earned his side a penalty in the encounter.

In a series of photos posted on his Instagram story, Roofe shared a slideshow that highlighted infringements from both Paul McGinn and Bevis Mugabi as the 'Well defenders attempted to stop the attacker from getting a shot off inside the area.

The 31-year-old managed to wriggle free from the attentions of the Motherwell players, but by that point, the chance was pretty much gone.

Neither on-field official Muir nor those on VAR felt there was enough contact for a penalty to be awarded.

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But judging by Roofe's social media activity this evening, it would seem he felt aggrieved that a decision didn't go in his favour.

The hosts had already been given a spot-kick to level things up after Stephen O'Donnell fouled Fabio Silva in the area. After a second look on the monitor, ref Muir awarded and Tavernier scored.

The result left Rangers hoping Celtic would drop points the following day against Hearts. 

And that's exactly what happened, as Steven Naismith's side ran out 2-0 winners in the capital.