Murty favourite has chance of reprieve: Three things learned from Rangers win v Hearts
COMMENT By James Black
Rangers saw off Hearts with an impressive 3-1 win in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday afternoon in their first game since sacking Pedro Caixinha on Thursday.
Josh Windass’ strike and a double from Kenny Miller on his return to the starting XI was enough for Graeme Murty’s side to pick up the three points at Murrayfield.
The Gers fell behind to Kyle Lafferty’s free-kick before a goal either side of half-time from Miller gave the Ibrox giants the lead.
The veteran striker made a huge statement after being axed to the development side by Caixinha, leading to huge suggestions that the Portuguese boss was completely wrong in his man management of the forward.
With a little over 15 minutes left, Windass sealed the win with a expertly-taken finish to push the Gers into third in the table.
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Here, Football Insider looks at three things learned about the Gers in their win in Edinburgh.
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