How the Rangers players rated during 2-1 Old Firm defeat to Celtic
Ratings out of ten for every Rangers player as Steven Gerrard’s men were defeated 2-1 by rivals Celtic.
Early handling was not great but made some good saves. (7/10) Drove Rangers on after the break and set up the equaliser but a loose pass led to Celtic's winner. (6/10) A few nervy touches early on but put in some good blocks and fought his corner well. Received a second yellow card after the full-time whistle after clashing with Brown. (7/10) Defended well in the air especially, but was given a difficult afternoon on the ground by Edouard. Produced some good penalty-box tackles. (7/10) Back-tracked and did not get close enough to Edouard as the Frenchman opened the scoring. Could not take a late chance from close range. (5/10) Struggled in the opening spell to deal with Celtic's attacking play and was not great in possession but did a better job after the break. (5/10) A mixed display, gave away too many free-kicks but a brilliant touch helped Rangers get the leveller. (6/10) Missed a good chance on his left foot with the score tied at 1-1. (6/10) Cut an isolated figure for the half-hour he was on the park and then let his team down with a wild swing of the arm on Brown to receive his fifth red card of the season. (2/10) Showed good character to get Rangers back in the game with 10 men. (6/10) Burst through to score an equaliser and looked Rangers' most dangerous player throughout. Lucky to stay on the park after lashing out at Brown after Celtic's winner. (8/10) Got involved in a hectic finale. (5/10) Could not get a late chance. (4/10) Came on amid an action-packed end to the game. (3/10)