Fantastic Morelos, Impressive Kent – Here’s how the Rangers stars fared in the 3-1 win over Hearts

Rangers Player Ratings vs Hearts: Here’s how the Gers fared

Rangers will be buoyed after picking up a 3-1 win against the league leaders at home. Steven Gerrard’s men romped to a victory as they made a statement. Ryan Kent opened the scoring before Alfredo Morelos doubled the lead.

Scott Arfield then handed the Gers a cushion with a third goal before half-time. Hearts pulled one back through Jimmy Dunne but were unable to force a comeback.

Rangers Player Ratings

Allan McGregor (7/10)

Made a couple of fine saves to ensure Rangers saw off the victory. He was unfortunate to concede a goal.

Connor Goldson (6/10)

Was defensively good on the night but he was unable to provide much going forward.

Jon Flanagan (6/10)

Had a couple of nervy moments but he came to their rescue when it mattered the most. Flanagan is proving to be a versatile defender in this squad.

Jon Flanagan

Joe Warrall (7/10)

He made a few vital headed clearances to ensure Hearts didn’t pull off a comeback.

James Tavernier (8/10)

Was defensively superb on the night and picked up an assist.

Ryan Kent (8/10)

After a couple of nervy games, Kent was superb in this one. He opened the scoring for Gerrard’s side.

Ovie Ejaria (6/10)

Gave away the ball cheaply on one or two occasions and was unable to threaten much.

Lassana Coulibaly (7/10)

A dominant performance from Coulibaly, who picked up an assist too. His passing was spot on.

Daniel Candeias (7/10)

Candeias posed all sorts of problems down the flank. He picked up an assist too on the night.

Scott Arfield (7/10)

Arfield scored a superb goal and did most of the dirty work in the middle of the park. His work rate was excellent as well.

Alfredo Morelos (9/10)

Morelos has proven to be the focal point of this team and once again proved his value in front of the goal.


Ryan Jack (5/10)

Took his time to settle into the game and had a few shaky moments on the ball. However, his quick passing was fruitful.

Ryan Jack

Andrew Halliday (6/10)

Halliday was sent on to help Rangers see out the game and that’s exactly what he did.

Read more: Why Rangers must complete a permanent deal for this dynamic 21-year-old English prodigy

Kyle Lafferty (N/A)

Was unable to make an impact after coming on in the final moments.


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