ALLAN MCGREGOR: Good early stop diving low to his left to parry away a powerful strike and another couple of routine stops, before another tremendous save in the last 20 minutes low to his left that underlined the veteran’s value to the Rangers cause. Nothing we haven’t come to expect from McGregor. 8

JAMES TAVERNIER: Trademark cross put a great chance on a plate for Ojo that was wasted and had another couple of decent deliveries. Was solid enough defensively but was a little careless in possession at times. 6

CONNOR GOLDSON: Caused all sorts of problems in the Legia area at set-pieces and more than held his own at the other end as his partnership with Katic solidified further. Used the ball well with his feet too. 7

NIKOLA KATIC: Dominant presence at the heart of the Rangers defence and came close at the other end as he leapt to meet a Davis cross in the second half. Grows in stature with each passing week. 7


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JON FLANAGAN: Outstanding last-ditch challenge in the second half kept the scoresheet blank. Had his hands full with the lively Luquinhas but fought his corner gamely. Was ok with the ball in possession too. 7

SHEYI OJO: Missed a glorious early chance as he headed wide from Tavernier’s cross and was solid if unspectacular thereafter, putting in a shift for the cause but rarely catching the eye. Tired badly in second half. 6

RYAN JACK: Strolled it in the middle of the park for the most part. Some of the one-touch passing between the Rangers midfield three was a joy to watch in the first half, and Jack was at the heart of it all as he kept the ball moving while also standing his ground in the physical battle. 8

STEVEN DAVIS: Veteran continued his impressive start to the season, and certainly seems to be approaching the form he was renowned for in his first spell at the club. Understanding with Jack growing by the game. Like the majority of his team, he was more impressive in the first half than the second, but still a good showing. 7

JOE ARIBO: Showed great feet to get Rangers on the counter and was a threat any time he drove forward with the ball. Lost Lewczuk to give Legia a chance from a free-kick, but another eye-catching performance from the attacker. 7


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SCOTT ARFIELD: Wonderful through ball played Morelos in on goal, but striker couldn’t find the finish. Tried valiantly to connect midfield to the attack while also keeping an eye on the threat of Luquinhas going the other way. 6

ALFREDO MORELOS: Showed admirable restraint not to react to the physical attention he was getting from the home defenders, especially when Jedrzejczyk clotheslined him during one Rangers attack. Had one great chance in second half, but fired straight at the keeper. 7


GLEN KAMARA: On for the final few minutes but no chance to make an impact. N/A