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Rangers 4-0 Dundee, Player Ratings: Kent and Coulibaly shine

Plenty of strong performances in a comfortable win.

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Allan McGregor 7.0

Had little to do, but made two decent saves on the rare times he was called upon. Consistently excellent distribution with his throw-ins helped to get attacks going.

James Tavernier 7.0

Typically well-taken penalty, but couldn’t provide quite as much creativity as he’d have hoped.

Nikola Katic 6.7

Did well in the box for the most part, but was skinned twice by Curran when drifting out of position.

Connor Goldson 7.1

Coped with everything sent at him with ease.

Borna Barisic 7.1

Some dangerous deliveries and always solid at defending from set-pieces. A huge upgrade.

Andy Halliday 7.3

Another very good game from Halliday, who is quickly redeeming himself and finding himself with a role to play in this squad. Superb in the tackle, although his limitations on the ball were revealed at times.

Lassana Coulibaly 7.7

A fine display after returning from injury, instrumental in how the team pressed, won the ball, and quickly transitioned into counter-attacks, capped off with a goal.

Daniel Candeias 7.4

Back to his form of last season. Some excellent work down the right, including a fine run and cross for Morelos’ offside ‘goal’.

Ryan Kent 8.0 - MAN OF THE MATCH

An excellent goal, and had his man on toast all afternoon. His best display so far in a Rangers shirt - if he can match this level of attacking prowess with his typical energy and workrate, he’ll be an automatic starter.

Alfredo Morelos 7.2

A good display overall, but missed his customary open goal.

Subs:

Glenn Middleton 7.0

A fine display when he came on, and deserved his first Rangers goal.

Kyle Lafferty 6.8

Could’ve perhaps bagged a goal, but a decent shift.

Eros Grezda

We saw very little of the new signing when he came on, but hopefully he’ll have a bigger part to play next weekend.