Jason Holt: This is what has been evident about Rangers team in recent wins
Rangers midfielder Jason Holt has praised the Gers’ stars “character” after grinding out wins over Aberdeen, Ross County and Hibs over the last few weeks.
The Gers have fallen behind in both of their last two games before coming back to win 2-1 while had to endure going down to 10 men against the Dons at Pittodrie while already in front.
The Ibrox giants have shown real resiliency in recent weeks and have come back to win games that they would have struggled to get back into in the last few seasons.
Holt is delighted with the turnaround from his team-mates and pointed to the recent wins as evidence of the new found determination withing the Rangers squad.
“I think the character in this team has been evident the couple of weeks, especially the games against Aberdeen and then the game just gone on Saturday,” Holt said, as quoted by the club’s official website.
“We have done well and there is a spirit we have shown and a determination and grit. We have shown those attributes quite a lot in the last few games.”
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The Gers fell behind to a ninth minute goal at Easter Road before scoring twice in the final few minutes of the first-half to turn the game on its head.
Despite being under serious pressure for long spells of the win over Neil Lennon’s side, the Gers clung on and secured their fourth consecutive win.
The result leaves the Gers in second place in the Scottish Premiership – five points off leaders Celtic – going into Saturday’s clash with St. Johnstone at Ibrox.
The Gers travel to Celtic Park to take on Brendan Rodgers’ side on December 30th.