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18th Feb, 2018 | 8:30pm

24-yr-old is Britain's most in-form player: Three things learned about Rangers in win v Hamilton

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Rangers returned to second in the Scottish Premiership with a thrilling win over Hamilton at New Douglas Park.
The Light Blues won 5-3 in a fairly one-sided game with neither defence coming out of it brilliantly.
Hamilton took an early lead after the Light Blues failed to clear their lines before the Ibrox giants quickly turned the game around – taking a 4-2 lead into the break.
Josh Windass’ hat-trick and strikes from Jamie Murphy and Alfredo Morelos secured the Gers sixth win in their last seven games following the winter break.
Gers boss Graeme Murty will be delighted with how his side pushed the Accies defence and found a way through time after time but will surely have questions to ask of his defence after conceding three times to struggling Hamilton.
The win sees the Gers leapfrog Aberdeen in the league after the Dons’ defeat to Hibs 24 hours earlier and facing a Scottish Cup quarter-final against Falkirk next month as Murty look to land the manager’s job beyond the summer.
Here, Football Insider looks at three things we learned from the Gers’ win over Hamilton
Click ‘reveal’ below to see what Murty needs to get his team doing