Rangers

By Amir Mir

Football Insider rates the Rangers players out of ten after their 3-0 win against Aberdeen in their Scottish Premiership on Sunday afternoon.

West Foderingham 8 – The ever-present keeper made some very good saves during the match, particularly, early in the second half when the home team was piling on the pressure.

James Tavernier 3 –  An Awful defender who needs to be replaced. Poor positioning and simply a torture to watch.

David Bates 6 – Mixed performance from the young lad, who looked awkward at times, but equally showed why he is highly-rated. Needs to move the ball quicker.

Danny Wilson 8 – Marshalled the defence well next to young Bates. He was solid throughout.

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Myles Beerman 7 – The teenage sensation should be very happy with his display because he would have won a lot of fans. Made a brilliant run just before the first goal was scored.

Jason Holt 7 – Solid performance from the 24-year-old in the middle of the park.

Jon Toral 4 – The 22-year-old needs to do more and add more attacking threat to the team. Can go missing and become too lazy.

Joe Garner 4 – Simply didn’t provide the threat for Rangers and needs to score more goals rather than get more bookings.

Kenny Miller 9 – Changed the game and helped his team clinch all three points starting with his stunning opening goal late in the second half.

Emerson Hyndman 5 – It wasn’t the best performance from the birthday boy, who was taken off early in the second half. Toral should have been subbed instead.

Martyn Waghorn 4 – His substitution changed the game because it allowed Miller to go more central and score his brace.

SUBS:

Josh Windass 5 (for Hyndman, 53mins)

Joseph Dodoo 7 (for Garner, 70mins)

Andy Halliday 6 (for Waghorn, 80mins)

In other Rangers news, Davie Provan has delivered this scathing assessment of Pedro Caixinha. 

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