Here’s how the Rangers team rated against Kilmarnock at Rugby Park:

ALLAN McGREGOR: First action of note was to pick the ball out of his net after 77 minutes when Kilmarnock scored with their first real shot on target and again at the winner. 6

JAMES TAVERNIER: Did most of his work in a defensive sense, perhaps wary of the pace of Rory McKenzie next to him on Kilmarnock’s left wing. Solid enough. 6

CONNOR GOLDSON: Marshalled Eamonn Brophy and Nicke Kabamba well for the most part but posted missing at the winner. 6

NIKOLA KATIC: Preferred to George Edmundson in the heart of the Rangers defence. Caught up in an off-the-ball incident in the crazy final few minutes. 6

ANDY HALLIDAY: Made his first league start since September after Borna Barisic failed to recover from the hip injury sustained against Hamilton. Not as creative as the Croat and not always comfortable in his defensive duties. 5

JOE ARIBO: Slid a great first-half chance past the post after being played in by Ianis Hagi. Seen only in flashes and unable to influence the game as his manager would have liked. 5

RYAN JACK: Returned to the Rangers team for the first time since the loss to Hearts last month and kept play ticking over in typical fashion. 6

IANIS HAGI: Took a couple of sore ones early on from Gary Dicker but always looked eager to get on the ball. Faded the longer the match wore on. 6

RYAN KENT: Booked late in the first half for his role in an altercation with Alan Power. A quiet performance, never really able to get into the game. 5

ALFREDO MORELOS: Still awaiting his first league goal of 2020. Booked in the second half for a dive as he looked to win a penalty, then was unlucky to see lob effort hit the top of the bar. Another header went over when he ought to have scored. 5

SCOTT ARFIELD: Another spectacular strike sent Rangers on their way as he thumped in an effort from around 30 yards to break the deadlock. Came close to a second not long afterwards. 6


Greg Stewart (for Hagi 83): Thrown on as Rangers tried to salvage the game. 2

Florian Kamberi (for Aribo 85): Another last-gasp introduction. 2