Rangers continued their winning run in the league when they came from behind to defeat Hearts 2-1 away from home at the Tynecastle Stadium in a tight game. Gareth McAuley scored the own goal in the 27th minute to give the home team a fortunate lead.
But his centre-back partner Connor Goldson scored at the other end in the 35th-minute to equalise the proceedings. Alfredo Morelos scored four minutes from half-time to give Steven Gerrard’s team a precious lead and as it turned out, it was a match-winning lead.
This result puts the Gers on top of the table, a point ahead of Celtic who have a game in hand.
Produced a stunning stop to deny the opposition and made some good saves to back that herculean effort.
A danger going forward on the right, however, he was a tad susceptible defensively.
Scored an unfortunate own goal, but he defended well in general. His passing was a hit and miss.
Started a bit circumspectly, but he grew into the game and partnered McAuley well. Scored the messy goal to equalise things.
Had a few erroneous moments at the back but he is a threat moving forward for the Gers. It sometimes shows that he is not a natural left-back.
His passing and positioning in the midfield were not good at all times. Lost a few duels as well in the central areas of the pitch.
Played well until the moment when had a rush of blood and got himself sent off. A bad decision and one which he would regret.
A quiet game from Ejaria. The game passed by him more often than not, which is not a good sign for any player.
Was a threat down the left-hand side throughout the game. Tracked back well to help the defence and looks a player reborn.
Other than some strayed decision-making, he was a threat down the right-hand side. A better display than the one against Villarreal.
Worked hard all game long and scored the winning goal to seal three points for the Gers.
Didn’t really make much of a difference coming on as a sub.
Helped the team close the game out.
Had no time to make an impact.
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