How the defeated Rangers players rated during 2-1 loss to Young Boys

Marks out of ten for every Rangers player as Steven Gerrard's men fell to Swiss side Young Boys in the Europa League.

Roger Assale equalises for Young Boys five minutes into the second half.

Player ratings scale - 10: One of best performances you've seen. 9: Outstanding. 8: Very good. 7: Good. 6: Average. 5: Poor, 4: Very poor. 3: Terrible day at office. 2: Abysmal. 1: One of worst performances you've seen.

Should've done better with the winning goal, which was the only tricky save he had to make.

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Was badly at fault for both goals.
Another strong European night for the Croatian who bagged an assist for Rangers' goal and sent in several inviting crosses.
Missed a couple of good heading opportunities from set-pieces and endured one or two suspect moments at the back.
Rewarded his manager's trust with another robust defensive performance in Europe.
Was a little slack in his passing in the early going but soon settled down. His experience and composure in front of the defence was key for the visitors.
Did a lot of great work defensively to halt promising Young Boys attacks while he typically stayed cool in possession.
Was Rangers best player in the first half as his use of the ball stood out above his teammates. Was forced off 15 minutes into the second half was injury.
Scored a good goal, was denied by a couple of great saves and should've been awarded a penalty; another strong day at the office for the Colombian.
Didn't influence the game much in the final third and couldn't replicate Jack's play when asked to drop back into the midfield area.
Often guilty of being far too lax in possession, he even wasted some promising opportunities around the final third.
Couldn't really get to grips with the game after coming on for Jack.