By Amir Mir
Rangers left it late to secure their second win under new boss Pedro Caixinha when they beat rivals Aberdeen 3-0 on Sunday afternoon.
In a second half that was dominated by the Dons, veteran striker Kenny Miller, once again, stepped up and produced the goods for his team.
Miller’s magnificent opening goal led to the Gers finding the back of the net, three times in six second-half minutes.
Here, Football Insider takes a look at which three Rangers players performed the worst during their crucial encounter at the weekend.
Joe Garner – It is fair to say, he is far more bothered with getting into the referee’s book than he is in finding the back of the net. The 28-year-old was booked for the tenth time this season during this match, overtaking his goals for the campaign which stand at nine strikes in all competitions. The only time he was seen on the pitch was when he was involved in his head to head with Ryan Jack. In truth, the senior player should be shown the exit door and sold in the summer.
Martyn Waghorn – The 27-year-old was substituted off ten minutes before time and he would have been disappointed with his performance. Needs to be more clinical in front of goal, just like Miller, who netted a brace. If the Gers want to progress, they need more goals from players like Waghorn, otherwise, just like Garner, it won’t be a surprise to see the senior duo sold.
Josh Windass – Caixinha opted to bring on Windass for Emerson Hyndman eight minutes after the break and at the time it was the wrong choice by the coach. Windass needs to add more consistency to his game if he wants to succeed with Rangers and be that quality player at the top level.
In other Rangers news, Pedro Caixinha has sent this firm message to his players after the win at the weekend.