Dundee had no answer to Rangers complete domination on a Saturday afternoon at Ibrox where Ross McCrorie enjoyed his comeback from injury.
The 20-year-old defender has been missing for the Gers since January when he incurred a knock during the trip to Florida during the winter break.
But he made his long-awaited comeback into the side to partner Russell Martin for 65 minutes before being replaced by Bruno Alves.
A goal from veteran Kenny Miller, followed by efforts from Alfredo Morelos, Jamie Murphy and Daniel Candeias put the Dark Blues to the sword in a fine, assured display from Graeme Murty’s men.
And after the game, McCrorie took to his official Twitter account to deliver his verdict on the game and wrote, “Loved being back out on the pitch today after a difficult time out being injured. Great result and now onto next weeks game.”
Loved being back out on the pitch today after a difficult time out being injured! Great result and now onto next weeks game🇬🇧⚽️
— Ross McCrorie (@RossMcCrorie4) April 7, 2018
Football Insider verdict:
Rangers have a massive game coming up against Celtic next weekend so to have McCrorie back and performing as he did is a massive boost. His display would have come as a welcome relief to Light Blues supporters who saw the way their side fell to pieces the last time they faced the Hoops. After David Bates was substituted through injury, there was only ever going to be one result and so it proved. But with McCrorie now back in the thick of the action, he should feature against the Bhoys in the Scottish Cup semi-final and could prove the difference.
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