Allan McGregor: Had to make a couple of routine stops in the opening 20 minutes and although some will criticise his lack of a claim for the equaliser, the cross was too far out for the veteran to gather. 6

James Tavernier: Made a couple of superb, lung-busting runs inside the pitch with the attacking reliance placed on the captain only heightened given the absence of key individuals. Went close with a volley that would’ve rivalled his strike at the same ground last year and delivered a teasing ball for the opener. Defended well when his team were a man down and stepped up to score from the spot to make it 3-1. 8

Connor Goldson: Got to the back post and headed back across goal well for Scott Wright to bundle home the equaliser. Wasn’t at fault as the game went 1-1 and was his usual dependable self when Rangers went a man down and passing options decreased. 7

Leon Balogun: Started the game well and was very active in his defensive work high up the pitch. However, half an hour in a reckless tackle earned a red card that made his side’s task all the more difficult. While out of character, the decision to lunge in with no immediate danger was mindless. 3

Borna Barisic: The Croatian has returned to form in recent weeks and took plenty of responsibility on the ball when his team went down to 10 men, and clearly demonstrated frustration at the poor movement ahead of him. His options improved after the break and Barisic was strong defensively throughout. 7

Steven Davis: Was effective playing through the press as Motherwell started aggressively, winning second balls and providing his usual composure in the middle. Battled when Balogun was sent off and used the ball intelligently. His reintroduction into the fold has proved valuable in recent weeks. 7

Glen Kamara: The Finnish international had started brightly alongside familiar partner Steven Davis but like Balogun, made a terrible decision that hurt his team in the first half, losing the ball when a clearance was on to grant Motherwell the chance for their equaliser. A slack afternoon all around. 5

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Scott Arfield: Was industrious without really having a say before the interval before playing an important role after the break. Moving ahead of Davis and Kamara, the Canadian marked Callum Slattery and enabled Sakala and Wright to play off either flank. 6

Scott Wright: Opened the scoring after bundling in from a set-piece but thereafter, his limitations were highlighted. Failed to take a shot after Sakala found him brilliantly in space which Ally McCoist said was ‘difficult to believe’. A tactical change at the break allowed the winger to play from the right and a goal minutes after the restart vindicated van Bronckhorst’s call to keep Wright on the pitch. 8

Amad Diallo: Coming in for his first league start since early February, the on-loan Manchester United winger used the ball well in his brief foray on the park. Unfortunate to see a right-footed shot blocked once it had beaten Liam Kelly. Sacrificed for Calvin Bassey after Leon Balogun saw red, perhaps unfairly. 6

Fashion Sakala: Had plenty of responsibility on his shoulders with Roofe and Morelos both unavailable through injury. Failed to deliver before the break aside from one mazy run which set up an Amad shot. However, playing from his favoured left flank following the interval, he immediately provided for Wright and also won the penalty that secured three points. 8


Calvin Bassey: Wasn’t afforded his planned rest after Balogun’s dismissal. Aside from not commanding aerially as the game was levelled, he helped shore up the defence and used possession well. 7

Joe Aribo: Introduced for the final 20 minutes. 5

James Sands: Helped to see out the game. 5

Leon King: Made his sixth first-team appearance. 4

Cedric Itten: A rare appearance for the Swiss forward. 4