Rangers player ratings v Partick Thistle: Duo are 4/10
COMMENT By Harvey Byrne
Football Insider rates the Rangers players out of ten after their 2-0 win against Partick Thistle in their Scottish Premiership on Saturday afternoon.
Wes Foderingham 6 – Had little to do on Saturday, but stood up for his team when needed to earn his 12th league clean sheet of the season.
James Tavernier 8 – A constant threat down the right side of the pitch. Showed his excellent pace and delivery to set-up Miller with a delightful ball for the first goal.
David Bates 6 – Had some shaky moments at the back, but ultimately the youngster helped his side keep three clean sheets from three matches.
Danny Wilson 6 – Gave a solid display at the back and was unfortunate not to score a goal up the other end of the pitch with a close-range header needing a brilliant save from Tomas Cerny to keep out.
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Myles Beerman 7 – A very confident display from the youngster on Saturday. Could improve defensively, but going forward he was highly impressive and tried a couple of long-range efforts.
Jason Holt 7 – Has been thriving in the centre of the park since Pedro Caixinha took charge. Never stopped running and played in some dangerous balls while helping win the ball back for his team.
Jon Toral 9 – Played well in the centre of the park. Helped his side maintain possession and played some attacking balls himself which put the Partick defence under pressure. Found himself in a great position to score the second goal for his side with a sweet finish following a one-two with fellow loanee Hyndman.
Martyn Waghorn 4 – Struggled to effect the match and looked totally disinterested while on the field. It wasn’t the first time the forward has looked totally out of tune to the rest of his team this season and he may find his place becomes under threat in the near future.
Emerson Hyndman 8 – A class above on Saturday. Showed excellent footwork to set-up the second goal for his side and ultimately proved too good for the Partick defence.
Barrie McKay 4 – Looked disinterested with some poor touches coming from the attacker which put his team under unnecessary pressure and he was rightly hauled off at half time.
Kenny Miller 7 – Met Tavernier’s ball in with an excellent header to open the scoring for his side. A good performance from the Gers captain.
Joe Dodoo (For McKay 45 minutes) – 6
Joe Garner (For Waghorn 76 minutes) – 6
Andy Halliday (For Toral 84 minutes) – 6
In other Rangers news, fans reacted to Joe Dodoo’s omission before the weekend encounter.