By Will Butcher
Football Insider rates the Rangers players out of 10 after their 2-1 loss to Dundee on Sunday in the Scottish Premiership.
Wes Foderingham 4 – Dundee’s first goal trickled into the corner of the net beyond the despairing goalkeeper, while the second was inexcusable for Foderingham. Distribution was also poor, shaky in possession.
James Tavernier 6 – Consistent performance from right-back as ever, offered an attacking outlet but his final ball was slightly off the mark. Defensively strong.
Rob Kiernan 5 – Preferred to go long instead of keeping possession on the deck, which saw the Gers lose possession on more than one occasion.
Clint Hill 5 – Withdrawn from the action after just half an hour, but struggled to keep up with the frantic pace of the 1-0 loss.
Lee Hodson 5 – Although not a terrible performance, the Northern Ireland international proved that the Gers miss captain Lee Wallace.
Andy Halliday 5 – Kept things ticking in the middle of the park for Rangers, but failed with a lack of precision to do anything other than passing the ball sideways. Non existent for the first goal.
Emerson Hyndman 7 – A rare shining light in the struggling Gers side. Looked classy when in possession and orchestrated his side’s attacks from deep.
Barrie McKay 5 – Although the 20-year-old showed glimpses of brilliance, McKay was guilty of over playing the ball in areas where he should have been looking to make a simple pass.
Joe Garner 7 – Game of two halves. Shocking in the first half, but the 28-year-old sprung into life after breaking his goal drought with a fine strike from outside the penalty area.
Kenny Miller 6 – Picked up some promising positions in the final third but could not make the difference for his struggling side.
Martyn Waghorn 4 – Looked massively off the pace as the Gers leading line of attack. Attempted a number of flicks that did not come off, to the frustration of his fans and teammates.
Danny Wilson (On for Hill, 30 mins) 5
Harry Forrester (On for McKay, 78 mins) 6
Jason Holt (On for Halliday, 78 mins) 5