The Winners and Losers of Rangers side following the Gers loss to Hibernian

The Winners and Losers of Rangers side following the Gers loss to Hibernian

Rangers F.C. 0 Comment 22
Prev1 of 6
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse

Pedro Caixinha will have much of decisions to make to his Rangers side ahead of next Saturday’s clash against Hearts following their 3-2 loss to Hibernian at Ibrox.

Goals from Alfredo Morelos and James Tavenier were not enough for the Light Blues, as Celtic icon Neil Lennon find his way to the back of the net to put his former side’s bitter rivals 3-2 down.

His side scored through Simon Murray and Vykintas Slivka, while an own goal from Tavernier saw the Gers go 2-1 behind.

Rangers went down to 10 men in the first half after Ryan Jack was shown a straight red card following an altercation in the middle of the park with Hibernian midfielder Dylan McGeouch.

With the score at 1-1, the red card proved instrumental in the outcome of the match as Hibs went 2-1 up three minutes later through a Tavernier own goal before eventually finishing the match as 3-2 victors.

Football Weeks now examines the five winners and losers of the Rangers side from Saturday afternoon, including Ryan Jack that must begin to prove consistent or he will lose his first-team slot:

Prev1 of 6
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse

Facebook Comments

Author

Donald Stephen

Donald Stephen is a freelance football writer who knows only slightly less about football than you do. A regular contributor to Football Weeks, the Set Pieces, and others. You can connect with us on - Facebook and Twitter

Football Weeks is an independent website made up of a team of football-loving contributors that provide news and views in the Premier League and beyond. We cover a wide range of topics including match previews, team news, video goals, player ratings, transfer news, general news, blogs and features. We hope you enjoy what we have to offer. You can find out more about us here and if you have any questions feel free to contact us. You can connect with us on - Facebook and Twitter

Search

© 2016 FootballWeeks

Back to Top