Rangers player ratings v Partick Thistle: Attacker struggles
By Dominic Toner
Football Insider rates the Rangers players after their 2-1 victory against Partick Thistle in Saturday’s Scottish Premiership match.
Wes Foderingham 7 – The goalkeeper made several strong saves to keep his side in the game and was left helpless by poor defensive positioning for the goal he conceded.
James Tavernier 6 – He supported the attack well and showed great pace in defence, but must take some of the blame for the goal they conceded.
Rob Kiernan 5 – Made a goal scoring block in the first-half, but the defence conceded too many opportunities to Partick Thistle.
Danny Wilson 5 – Looked vulnerable alongside Rob Kiernan in defence and was often slow to react.
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Lee Wallace 6 – Was comfortable against his opposite number and showed some nice link-up with Kenny Miller, but did not get forward as much as normal.
Andy Halliday 6 – Was full of running for his side and covered every blade of grass, but lacked composure in attack.
Jason Holt 5 – Lacked creativity in the midfield going forward and was often dispossessed.
Josh Windass 5 – Struggled to make an impact on the game and was withdrawn at half-time with a suspected hamstring injury.
Harry Forrester 7 – Was the most creative Rangers player on the pitch and showed a real attacking intent with his dribbling.
Joe Garner 5 – Struggled to get in any goalscoring positions and was substituted off in the sec0nd-half after a quiet afternoon.
Kenny Miller 8 – The attacker had a well-timed header saved from corner, but wasted several good chances. He redeemed himself two assists for Joe Dodoo as Rangers secured a late win.
Barrie McKay (for Josh Windass 45mins) 6
Joe Dodoo (for Joe Garner 60mins) 9
Michael O’Halloran (for Harry Forrester 75mins) 5
In other Rangers news, Joey Barton has linked up with a Premier League side after leaving the club.