Rangers player ratings v Hamilton: 26-year-old is 9/10
COMMENT By Harvey Byrne
Football Insider rates the Rangers players after their 2-1 win against Hamilton in the Scottish Premiership.
Wes Foderingham 6 – Had very little to do throughout the match and was unfortunate that a Halliday error led to the goal conceded.
Lee Hodson 6 – Ensured that the Hamilton attack didn’t get any joy down his flank and was part of an impressive back four.
Rob Kiernan 7 – Won the majority of aerial duels for his side, but couldn’t do anything for the goal.
Danny Wilson 7 – Built up a solid partnership with Kiernan in the back line, preventing the Hamilton attack to get any worthwhile shots on target barring the goal.
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Lee Wallace 7 – The left-back made a great run down his side of the pitch and fed Waghorn with a delicious ball for the second goal.
Jason Holt 6 – Made some good tackles in midfield and helped his side to control the game from the centre of the park.
James Tavernier 6 – Gave a solid performance in the team, but should have finished the match with at least one goal.
Andy Halliday 4 – Made a horrendous error for the Hamilton goal, putting what seemed a comfortable scoreline into doubt.
Barrie McKay 7 – The attacker worked opposition keeper Gary Woods on a few occasions and was unlucky to finish without a goal.
Joe Garner 6 – Linked up well with Waghorn in the front three, but needs a goal to raise his confidence.
Martyn Waghorn 9 – The 26-year-old forward scored two fantastic goals to give his side the victory. Caused problems to the Hamilton defence throughout the match, with no hat-trick the only thing stopping him from getting a 10.
Harry Forrester (for Waghorn 76 mins) 6
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