Rangers player ratings v Inverness: 22-year-old all over the shop
By Matt Farr
Football Insider rates the Rangers players during their 2-1 defeat to Inverness in the Scottish Premiership on Friday night.
Wes Foderingham 7 – Could do little to keep out Tansey’s strike. Pulled off a sensational save to deny Tansey later on. Nearly saved a point with a penalty save.
James Tavernier 5 – Always looking to break forward on the overlap, but one of his quieter games. A few positioning errors, and tracked back slowly.
Lee Wallace 5 – Struggled to handle Mulraney on the left-hand side.
Danny Wilson 5 – Some composed moments, but could have been more consistent.
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Rob Kiernan 5 – An uninspiring defensive display.
Andy Halliday 5 – Offered very little. Does not warrant such regular inclusion.
Jon Toral 4 – All over the shop. Performance summarised by a shocking second-half miss by the 22-year-old.
Emerson Hyndman 7 – Showed excellent passing range and ability. Too bad few others are on the same wavelength.
Barrie McKay 6 – Decent bursts and movement. But an underwhelming overall display.
Martyn Waghorn 5 – Got into decent areas, but lacked the required finishing touch. Scored a good penalty but was not so clinical from open play.
Kenny Miller 7 – Always looking to make the difference. Showed real intent and awareness to his game.
Jason Holt 6 (for Halliday 80) – Didn’t really get into the game.
Joe Garner 6 (for Toral 92 ) – Should have been introduced much earlier. Had no time to have any sort of impact.
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