After a dreadful run of five straight draws, Rangers finally got back to winning ways with a deserved away victory at Easter Road.
Rangers team and formation
Cammy BellA surprisingly comfortable afternoon for the Rangers 'keeper as he continued his return from injury. Minimal shot-saving to do but dealt well with various high balls.
Darren McGregorDeployed as a right wing-back the former St Mirren defender got forward to good effect whilst ensuring he covered at the back where required. Impressive.
Marius ZaliukasThe Lithuanian centre-half has looked more composed of late and had a reasonably quiet and effective game yesterday.
Lee McCullochThe Rangers captain seemed much more comfortable as the spare man in a back three and will have enjoyed his part in the win.
Bilel MohsniApart from one glaring second half error, the much-maligned Tunisian had as good a game as he's had this season and was especially useful when getting forward.
Lee Wallace (Gersnet Man of the Match)Like McGregor, Wallace was given free rein to maintain a more offensive outlook on the left wing and it brought his best display of the season as well as the crucial opening goal. His post-match interaction with fans after some dubious media reports will have delighted many bears afterwards also.
Nicky LawThere's no doubting the Englishman's talent but this was another game in which he failed to stamp his authority on the match. Set-pieces were also wasteful.
Andy MurdochThe youngster put in a superb shift in the centre of midfield and showed why he's been preferred to Ian Black of late. Good distribution and clever man-marking made him a stand out.
Dean ShielsThe Northern Ireland international has forced himself back into the team under Stuart McCall and has flourished in a deeper role. Worked hard to nullify threat of Scott Allan.
Kenny MillerAnother senior player who has struggled to influence enough games, the former Scotland striker will have been pleased to score his first goal in months. Got better as game went on.
Nicky ClarkAt 23 years of age, the striker has his best years ahead of him. Works very hard and did well at opening goal but needs to work on his composure and touch.
Ian BlackMidfielder replaced Dean Shiels with 15mins remaining and continued the good work of his team-mate.
Haris VuckicThe on-loan Newcastle forward came on for the last five mins and had little time to get into the game.
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