Aberdeen 1 - 1 Rangers: How the Rangers players rated

Ratings out of ten for every Rangers player after their Scottish Cup quarter-final draw with Aberdeen.

Had to make a couple of saves but nothing out of the extraordinary. Almost stopped Sam Cosgrove's penalty. (6/10)
Was uncharacteristically hesitant to shoot when presented with a first-half chance, though he did set up Morelos for an opportunity late on. (6/10)

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Preferred to Andy Halliday at left-back but had a quiet afternoon. (6/10)
Scored the equaliser and was solid at the back. (8/10)
Gave away the penalty with a clumsy foul. Did have a couple of good long balls over the top. (6/10)
Caught in possession too often in the first half, he improved after the break. (6/10)
A pair of good first-half deliveries aside, he didn't have the strongest of games. (6/10)
His composure in the midfield area helped Rangers get back in the game. (8/10)
Spent most of the game trying to win fouls and failing to do so. Booked for diving. (5/10)
Largely kept quiet as the most advanced central midfielder. (6/10)
Threatened on occasion and provided the assist for the equaliser. (7/10)