Rangers player ratings v Celtic: Duo are 1/10
COMMENT By Harvey Byrne
Football Insider rates the Rangers players out of 10 after their 5-1 hammering against Celtic on Saturday afternoon in the Premiership at Ibrox.
Wes Foderingham 1 – Poor positioning throughout the match from the 26-year-old. Should have done much better for the second, third and fourth and fifth goals.
James Tavernier 3 – Allowed Callum McGregor to put the Hoops’ third goal through his legs. Offered very little going forward and needs to do much better in defence.
Danny Wilson 1 – Gave the invisible man routine on Saturday. Celtic cut through him far too easilly and it’s not surprise Brendan Rodgers’ men struck five goals.
Clint Hill 6 – Alongside Miller, the experienced pair were the only two Rangers players to come off the Ibrox pitch having actually done something. Celtic could have scored a few more if not for the 38-year-old in the back four.
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Myles Beerman 3 – Showed his inexperience on Saturday and put his side a goal down within the first 10 minutes after an awful decision to make a sliding challenge in his own box, handing Celtic a stonewall penalty.
Josh Windass 4 – Poor showing from the midfielder in the centre of the park. A bit fortunate to escape a red card in the first half after two reckless challenges. Seemed more intent on fouling the Celtic players than contributing for his side.
Jason Holt 4 – Barely noticeable against Celtic. Needed to step up to the challenge of playing in such an occasion, but instead he disappeared alongside his fellow midfielders.
Emerson Hyndman 4 – A lacklustre display from the midfielder. Didn’t look up to the task of playing in an Old Firm derby and was one of many to hide away.
Joe Dodoo 3 – Had probably his worse display in a Rangers shirt which resulted in him being hauled off at half time in a tactical substitution. Struggled to stay onside and failed to keep possession while on the pitch.
Martyn Waghorn 4 – Struggled to have an impact on the game once more. Very rarely came deep to collect the ball and when he did receive it he often handed possession straight back to Celtic.
Kenny Miller 7 – Put in a good shift and at times looked like the only Rangers attacker likely to do something. Was finally rewarded after 80 minutes when putting the ball into the back of the net.
Andy Halliday (For Dodoo 45 minutes) – 4
Joe Garner (For Hyndman 57 minites) – 5
In other Rangers news, fans blasted the decision to include this player in the starting line-up on Saturday.