ALLAN McGREGOR: His will to win was there for all to see as early as the seventh minute as he sprinted out his box furiously shouting at Kamara to continue playing after Paul Hanlon went down injured on the halfway line. Forced into a near post save to deny Boyle on 16 minutes. Dealt reasonably well with aerial balls into the box, often choosing to punch the ball clear from danger. Rarely troubled in the second half. 7

JAMES TAVERNIER: Great delivery from a free kick on the half-hour mark that was met by the head of Aribo but his glancing header flew wide. Took a knock to his knee after a collision with Newell on the hour mark, fortunately, he was able to continue. Not his imposing self in an attacking sense but defensively was relatively untroubled. 6

CONNOR GOLDSON: Good defending to deny Boyle space to fire in a cross on 12 minutes. Perhaps lucky not to be cautioned on 17 minutes when he caught Campbell on the halfway line. Was yellow-carded seven minutes later for taking down Nisbet midway inside the Rangers half. Forced Macey into a save after connecting with a Tavernier corner to head towards goal on 33 minutes. Beat too easily by Campbell on 46 minutes who was able to cross into the box that almost lead to a chance for Hibs. Goal-saving clearance on 53 minutes to deny Nisbet from tapping in the opener. Gave the ball away needlessly to Newell two minutes later but luckily Rangers were able to recover. 6

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CALVIN BASSEY: Looked relatively assured and composed beside Goldson, dealt with Boyle and Nisbet well. Gave the ball away to McGinn on 70 minutes as Rangers looked to put Hibs under pressure and it almost proved costly with the Leith side able to move up the pitch resulting in Cadden firing wide. Slipped when in possession on 73 minutes but Hibs were unable to capitalise. 6

BORNA BARISIC: Kept Boyle relatively quiet and defended well. Good block a deny Boyle an effort on goal from a Campbell cross on 46 minutes. As much as he was sound defensively, he offered little in an going forward. 6

STEVEN DAVIS: The Northern Irishman was the one change to the side who beat Livingston on Sunday as he replaced Scott Arfield. Gave away a corner in first half stoppage time when he overhit the ball out of play. Not his vintage best and looked off the pace at times. Summed up his night when he burst through the midfield on 55 minutes but with options galore, his pass was behind both Aribo and Kent and the chance was gone. Rightly replaced by Arfield on 66 minutes. 5

GLEN KAMARA: His usual composed self and was always involved in everything Rangers could muster going forward. Not much to write home about in an attacking sense which could be said for many. 6

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JOE ARIBO: Decent start from the former Charlton man, connected with a Tavernier free kick but couldn’t direct his header on target. Had Macey scrambling with a teasing cross on 31 minutes. Teed up Morelos for what looked like a certain goal a minute before the break but the Colombian failed to hit the target with his header. Fired into the side netting on 77 minutes when he tried to meander his way through the Hibs defence – needs to work on improving his right foot. 7

IANIS HAGI: Neat and tidy opening from the Romanian, won his team a free kick on 29 minutes when he was upended by Doyle-Hayes who received a yellow card in the process. Came close with a left-footed effort on 35 minutes that was deflected wide for a corner. Saw a shot on goal blocked by Doig on 42 minutes In the main though, the jury is out if he’s the answer to the right wing position. His lack of pace is evident, so much so he looks like he’s running up the travelator in Gladiators. 6

RYAN KENT: Lost possession on a few occasions in the first half as his touch either let him down or he simply ran into players. Should’ve done better with a strike on 47 minutes but blazed wide from the edge of the penalty area. Was unlucky not to score on 64 minutes when his angled drive was nodded over the bar by Porteous. Forced Macey into a save on 69 minutes with a strike from the edge of the box. Took two players out the game with a positive run into the box on 78 minutes but couldn’t find the decisive killer pass. Won the penalty with quick feet to rope in Porteous who clumsily struck his trailing leg on 84 minutes A mixed bag performance-wise but his trickery to win the penalty shows just how much he brings to this Rangers team. 7

ALFREDO MORELOS: Did well to win the ball on the halfway line to set up an attack that ended in Davis forcing a save out of Macey on 13 minutes. Great touch from a Tavernier throw in on 15 minutes before passing inside to Davis. Was linking up the play well and causing Hibs a few issues with his constant movement. Missed an absolute sitter on 44 minutes when he somehow headed wide from close range from an Aribo cross. A quiet second half from the Colombian and substituted for Roofe. 6


KEMAR ROOFE: Replaced Morelos on 66 minutes. Struggled to impose himself on the game until the penalty call when he coolly stepped up and slotted home on 85 minutes sending Macey the wrong way. 7

SCOTT ARFIELD: Replaced Davis on 66 minutes. Forced a save out of Macey on 82 minutes as he drove forward through the middle. 5

JOHN LUNDSTRAM: Replaced Kent on 86 minutes as van Bronckhorst looked to bolster the engine room and protect their lead. 4