“Weak – 5” – 10-man Rangers players rated in big win over ‘Well

“Weak – 5” – 10-man Rangers players rated in big win over ‘Well
Tav is definitely in the TOTY (Credit Rangers FC)

Rangers did their part today in the pursuit of 56 with a well-earned 3 points at Fir Park.

Ibrox Noise takes you through our ratings for how the players did in Motherwell.


Forced into a half decent save or two, but mostly just a spectator for this one, McGregor has probably just played his last ‘easy’ match this season. 6


Plenty of his usual running down the channels, always available for the pass and connected well with stomping partner Goldson. Took the penalty well as always, and kept his flank tidy. 7


Wasn’t really called into much action aside Well’s goal, and everyone could have done better for it. Good passing in this one, but unneeded really defensively. 6


Was having a pretty quiet match until the red card. This divided fans. Some believed it was reckless and a clear studs up red, others reckoned his foot bounced off the ball and he had no control where it ended up. Add to this a nasty head knock and this is one the big Nigerian probably will have literally no memory of anyway. 3


A few crosses but frankly a subdued display from Barisic who didn’t find himself overly involved today. Passing wasn’t the best and it looked like he was saving himself for Thursday. 5


Could this guy look less interested? Just 46 touches of the ball from a guy who used to hog it shows just how distant from the action he is – and 34 passes really isn’t enough either. Weak. 5


Didn’t make the obvious visual impact he used to, but his passing was sharp and he rarely gave it away. Kept it ticking in midfield but does look a little off the pace, but given his age and injuries that’s not shocking. 6


We’ve been huge supporters of the Ivorian but it just didn’t work for him today. His movement wasn’t the best, he wasn’t getting a lot of service, and he had negligible impact. Rightly sacrificed after Balogun red. 3


Hard-working performance from Arfield who’s not in vintage form but has never thrown in the towel. He used the ball pretty well and closed opponents down a lot. 6


He might be the most limited player Rangers have but it was his day to shine, and he deserves all the credit for that. This was his biggest show in the shirt and while there’s doubt about the first goal, there’s none over the second. Dribbled constantly and was hungry to prove his worth. 8


He played well. Lots of movement, a few offsides, but generally a good showing from a guy who needs to produce on Thursday. He managed an assist which will please him, and his manager. Very good passing level for a striker. 8



Was a mess for the equaliser but then the whole team was, and after that he got his composure back. He’s a very ordinary defender and thankfully he wasn’t really tested. 5


Does absolutely nothing in a Rangers shirt except pass the ball sideways. 4


Showed a spark of quality on arrival, and seems slowly to be creeping back to something like his old self. 6

Itten & King: N/A


Gio produced a huge swathe of changes and it was going to plan until ref Nick Walsh deemed Balogun’s challenge a straight red. It went a bit ‘wibbly wobbly’ until the second goal, and after that it was a formality. Gio will be thrilled with how his fringe players (mostly) stepped up to battle for the side, and how his subs ensured all 3 points. 8

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  1. Thought wright had a great game, hes very direct, a lot of out players pass back the way a lot. But Wright picks ball up and drives at defences. If he could work on his final pass/delivery he would be in first 11 for me.

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