Rangers deservedly defeat Championship winners Hearts with fine team performance at Ibrox.
Rangers team and formation
Cammy BellGoalkeeper still looks short of full match sharpness but made a few solid saves nonetheless. Unlucky to concede goal late on after fine initial stop.
Darren McGregorAnother display of grit, strength and desire from defender as he nullified threat of Osman Sow.
Marius ZaliukasThe Lithuanian centre-half once again looked solid and can be happy with his contribution to backs-to-wall second half.
Lee McCullochThe Rangers captain let down his team-mates with daft aerial challenge on afore-mentioned Sow. A deserved red card.
Lee WallaceThe Scotland international left back has upped his game in recent weeks and caused Hearts lots of problems on left side.
Nicky Law (Gersnet Man of the Match)An efficient first half display turned into an excellent second half performance despite being reorganised out to right back after sending off.
Andy MurdochOnce again the youngster's awareness and ball retention skills caught the eye in a frenetic atmosphere.
Dean ShielsThe Northern Ireland international is another player who has managed a new lease of life under Stuart McCall and he patrolled the midfield area to good effect.
Haris VuckicThe Slovenian forward continues to ignore the controversy of his loan move from Newcastle and once again scored a first-class goal. Unlucky to be forced off for tactical reasons.
Kenny MillerAnother player who had to do work in more defensive areas in the second period which was a pity after his composed finish to break the deadlock.
Nicky ClarkIncredible work-rate and desire from the striker who ran himself ragged until the very last minute. Should have scored early in second half.
Bilel MohsniDespite a bad mistake last week against Cowdenbeath, the big defender kept his focus and made an important contribution throughout the second half yesterday.
Robbie CrawfordThe young midfielder was a surprise sub for Miller with 20mins remaining but he did well in his first Rangers match of the season.
Ian BlackMidfielder replaced Dean Shiels with 15mins left and, despite an inevitable booking, helped obtain a well deserved victory.
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