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Rangers 2-0 Hearts, Fan Player Ratings Results: McKay the standout again

The results are in, and you voted Barrie McKay as Man of the Match, with high results across the board.

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Rangers put in an excellent performance pretty much across the park against Hearts yesterday, and that's been reflected in the fan player ratings, with high marks across the board.

So, without further ado, here are the ratings:

Wes Foderingham - 7.2

Foderingham only had one save to make all game, but it was a very good one, just before Don Cowie's goal was (wrongly, we now apparently learn) ruled offside.

Lee Hodson - 7.4

Another solid display at right-back from Hodson, although he's quite limited going forward in comparison to Tavernier, as most right-backs are.

Rob Kiernan - 8.0

An excellent display. Wilson was probably the better of the two in general, but Kiernan scored a goal, and gets the higher score for that, presumably.

Danny Wilson - 7.8

One of his best performances in a while, and possibly enough to make you wonder if Clint Hill should be reintroduced so hastily.

Lee Wallace - 7.5

A solid performance from the captain, making no mistakes but not doing anything spectacular.

Andy Halliday - 7.2

A good game from Halliday, who fitted the high pressing game well and helped bully Hearts out of the match.

James Tavernier - 6.8

The lowest rating on the day, Tavernier was decent in midfield, and looked very dangerous when breaking into the box.

Jason Holt - 7.6

One of his best displays in a long while after some recent poor form.

Barrie McKay - 8.6 - Man of the Match

Absolutely unplayable, with Hearts resorting to violence (although to be fair, this is Hearts' first, second and last resort anyway) to prevent his direct running and outstanding passing. Superb.

Joe Garner - 8.0

GTBFO will be honest - we still don't rate Garner THAT highly, although he was very good at winning the ball and helping out his teammates yesterday.

Kenny Miller - 7.0

A somewhat nothingy performance from Miller, who has lost form recently, but certainly didn't do anything too wrong.