Rangers legend Ally McCoist has called out Bobby Madden after the pair crossed paths in Stuttgart.

The Ibrox hero posed for a snap with former whistler Madden in Germany while backing Scotland at Euro 2024.

The pair - who both attended Hunter High School - were all smiles as they caught up with Madden sharing a picture on Instagram.

And the former Scottish Premiership official captioned the post: "Two of Hunter High Schools finest.

"290 career goals, ten league titles, a Scottish cup, nine league cups and Lanarkshire schools cross country silver medal between us."

In a clear nod to McCoist's sporting success on the pitch, former youth athletics competitor Madden's caption was well received - apart from a slight criticism form McCoist himself!

In a witty retort, the former Scotland striker wrote: "Ye couldn’t have had the same maths teacher as me at Hunter Yev. Done me for at least a century of goals!!!!"

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McCoist's goal tally extends far beyond 290, with the striker netting 355 times for Rangers alone. He was also a regular scorer for Scotland, Kilmarnock, Sunderland and St Johnstone in his playing career.

Firing back, Madden joked: "I deducted the ones that were offside!! Blame Wikipedia!"

Meanwhile, Ianis Hagi's agent has claimed he would be willing to dig into his own pocket should Rangers deem the midfielder surplus to requirements this summer

Giovanni Becali said: "I would spend money from me and my brother to find something for Ianis. He has an impresario who is very good to me.

"He has a contract with Rangers and I think he will start training with them. I hope that the coach will continue to consider him (as part of first team squad)."