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Superb Morelos, Impressive McGregor – Here’s how the Rangers stars fared in the 2-0 win vs St. Mirren

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Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has been in sensational form this season. (Getty Images)

Rangers Player Ratings vs St. Mirren – Here’s how the Gers fared

Rangers were not at their best against St. Mirren but managed to come away with a 2-0 victory. Daniel Candeias opened the scoring for Gerrard’s men though it didn’t look as though the 30-year-old meant it.

Alfredo Morelos then scored the second and sealed the win for the Gers. Daniel Candeias then picked up a needless red card late into the stoppage time.

Rangers Player Ratings

Allan McGregor (8/10)

Made a couple of fantastic saves to save the day for Rangers.

James Tavernier (5/10)

Tavernier was poor at both ends of the pith and had a bad game. He really needs to show more consistency.

James Tavernier

Joe Worrall (4/10)

Easily the worst performer for Rangers on the night. He literally did nothing right on the night.

Connor Goldson (6.5/10)

He was good in the defence but missed two simple sitters at the other end.

Andy Halliday (6.5/10)

A solid display from Halliday who continues to prove his worth as a utility man.

Ryan Jack (6/10)

Ryan Jack looked shaky and uncomfortable for most of the game and gave away possession cheaply.

Ryan Jack

Ovie Ejaria (6.5/10)

Much improved display from Ovie Ejaria. He was always positive and looked creative in the final third.

Scott Arfield (5/10)

Another poor display from Arfield who barely had an impact going forward.

Ryan Kent (6/10)

It hasn’t been working for the youngster lately. He takes one too many touches on the ball.

Eros Grezda (6/10)

Didn’t show anything spectacular but he wasn’t poor either. A mediocre game from Grezda.

Alfredo Morelos (8/10)

He bullied and harried the defenders as he got another goal. A rare occurrence that he isn’t the man of the match.


Daniel Candeias (6/10)

Got a lucky goal before which he missed a glorious chance. He got sent off as well.

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Jordan Rossiter (5/10)

A tidy display from the midfielder who didn’t have much to do.