Rangers player ratings v Motherwell: 20-year-old is a great transfer
By Matt Farr
Football Insider rates the Rangers players during their 2-0 victory over Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday.
Wes Foderingham 6 – Few shots on target from Motherwell, but did not look like being beaten.
Lee Wallace 7 – Broke forward well on the left-hand side. Often the focal point of the attack.
James Tavernier 7 – Delivery poor in the first-half. Much better in the second. Improved defensively as the game progressed.
Clint Hill 6 – Solid as a rock. Experience came through when put to the sword.
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Rob Kiernan 6 – A few shaky moments. Faced a tough battle with Louis Moult, but came out on top.
Jon Toral 6 – Under great pressure after red-card, but held his nerve and put in a good performance. Looked comfortable on the ball.
Andy Halliday 5 – Not quite as effective as his midfield partners. A lacklustre display.
Emerson Hyndman 8 – A very pleasing display on his first start. Increasingly influential, deserved a goal. The 20-year-old looks a fantastic loan signing.
Barrie McKay 6 – Combined well with Miller. Not his fluent best, but put a decent shift in.
Michael O’Halloran 2 – Sent off after just five minutes with a high challenge. Late and reckless, a justified decision by the referee.
Kenny Miller 7 – Worked tirelessly, but took his team-mates considerable time to operate on the same wavelength. Netted the all-important goal.
Martyn Waghorn 6 (for Toral 68) – Rescued by Miller for his glaring miss.
Harry Forrester 6 (for McKay 76) – Instant impact, nearly doubled Rangers’ lead.
Josh Windass 6 (for Miller 81) – Little time to influence proceedings.