JON McLAUGHLIN: Called into action on 34 minutes as he bailed out a mix up in the Rangers defence by palming the ball away at full stretch. Never had a save to make all game such was the Light Blues' dominance. 6

NATHAN PATTERSON: Super delivery into the box on 11 minutes but there were no takers as the ball flashed across goal. Almost made it 4-0 with a thundering volley but his effort was tipped over by Mehmet. Great run down the right-hand flank on 48 minutes before skinning Thomas and laying off Lundstram whose shot was blocked. Always keeping an eye on the line to make sure he didn’t stray offside and produced several decent crosses into the box in the second half. 7

CALVIN BASSEY: Magnificent performance from the former Leicester youngster. Great anticipation to take advantage of a Dunfermline defensive error before setting up Lundstram for the opening goal on two minutes. Terrific delivery to Roofe on seven minutes but he headed straight at Mehmet. Linked up well with Aribo before producing another sublime cross to find Hagi at the back post for the third goal on 19 minutes. Defensively never troubled either and rightfully given the Man of the Match award. 9

READ MORE: Calvin Bassey's rampaging performance gives Steven Gerrard the selection dilemma he called for - Jonny McFarlane

JACK SIMPSON: After a couple of commanding headers, he let his concentration slip as he played a sloppy pass to allow O’Hara to run through on 14 minutes, luckily Goldson did well to mop up. Pulled down Todorov after untidy control on the touchline on 45 minutes although the ball from McLaughlin wasn’t the best to be fair. Not really tested in the second period, he and Goldson strolled it. Should’ve burst the net with a header from a Kelly corner on 79 minutes. 7

CONNOR GOLDSON: Handed the captain’s armband for the night and delivered a skipper's performance. Commanded the backline and was often found covering for Simpson. Played a sublime ball over the top for Roofe on five minutes but the former Leeds man strayed offside. 7

GLEN KAMARA: Orchestrated the play as ever, most things went through the Finn, gave the ball away once on 40 minutes but faultless performance otherwise and rightfully given a cracking ovation from the Ibrox crowd when replaced by Kelly on 78 minutes. 7

JOHN LUNDSTRAM: Explosive start to the game with a thumping finish after two minutes to rifle Rangers in front, had a left-footed drive from 20 yards that fizzed over the bar two minutes before the break. Always busy, linked up well with Wright at times as they opened up the Pars. 7

JOE ARIBO: Great ball down the line releasing Bassey to provide the pinpoint cross for Hagi to head home the third. Filthy backheel to release Roofe for goal number four on 32 minutes. Floated around in the second half and his trickery and great close control was causing the Pars problems in and around their own penalty area. 7

SCOTT WRIGHT: An outstanding display once again from the former Aberdeen forward. Produced a brilliant finish to double Rangers advantage from the edge of the area after latching onto a through ball from Hagi on 17 minutes. Had a strong appeal for a penalty waved away on 28 minutes. Started the second half much like the first, produced a wonderful piece of skill on 61 minutes when he controlled the ball magnificently in his own half before powering through the Dunfermline midfield, playing a one-two with Patterson before squaring into the box. Received a standing ovation when replaced by Morelos on 64 minutes. 8

READ MORE: Rangers 5-0 Dunfermline: Steven Gerrard's side bounce back from Euro blow with emphatic Ibrox win

KEMAR ROOFE: Should’ve scored on seven minutes when he was picked out by a delicious Bassey cross but headed straight at Mehmet. Ambitious curling effort from range on 23 minutes. Loved his chested ball down to Bassey on the half-hour mark. Brilliant striker’s finish to net the fourth after latching onto a divine Aribo back heel in the box. Won the penalty following a late Dorrans challenge on 57 minutes, took the spot-kick himself and fired into the corner for his second of the evening. 8

IANIS HAGI: Another player who was in the mood tonight. Produced a terrifically weighted pass through to Scott Wright for the second goal. The Romanian got in on the act two minutes later with a goal of his own, nodding in from close range following a delightful Bassey cross. Delightful back heel to Bassey whose cross was met by Lundstram who teed up Patterson whose volley was tipped over. Needed treatment on 32 minutes for what looked like a lower back issue, went down again on 36 minutes but managed to soldier on. Like Wright, he also received a standing ovation for his impressive showing when replaced by Arfield. 8


ALFREDO MORELOS: Replaced the outstanding Wright on 64 minutes. He caused Dunfermline problems almost immediately, fired a curling shot towards goal on 67 minutes that was tipped away and had another effort from the opposite side that flew just over ten minutes from time. Had a fresh air swipe on 83 minutes the Colombian should’ve done better with. 6

SCOTT ARFIELD: Replaced Hagi on 71 minutes and took up position on the right-hand side of midfield. Industrious as ever, produced a lovely lofted ball into Morelos on 90 minutes. 5

STEPHEN KELLY: Replaced Kamara on 78 minutes and nearly had an assist to his name immediately when his corner fell to Simpson but he couldn’t connect properly. Sent another good corner over minutes later, again met by Simpson who headed over the bar. 5