How the Rangers players rated in Europa League win over Midtjylland

Marks out of ten for every Rangers player to get game time in the 3-1 win over Midtjylland

Rangers v Midtjylland
Rangers v Midtjylland

A couple of nines after a slick performance from Steven Gerrard's side

A virtual spectator until the second half, when he pulled off a trademark save to frustrate Midtjylland

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Captain has had busier nights but first-half booking may have had an impact on his display. Never troubled defensively.
Dealt well with the Midtjylland attack and won virtually every aerial goal. On this showing, Filip Helander will have a hard time getting in to the side
Barely troubled by the Midtjylland forwards, bar one wobble early on. Works well with Katic and kept the backline organised
Keeping Borna Barisic out of the team and was fairly solid if unremarkable, but error led to Midtjylland's goal
Handed a starting berth, the Finnish international kept things ticking over in the engine room and was tidy in possession.
Tasked with keeping Joel Andersson quiet and stuck doggedly to his task. Replaced by Docherty with 20 minutes to go
Scored the second and provided assists for Morelos' double. If he can keep up this form, Rangers won't miss Ryan Kent this season.
Seasoned professional has seen it all before and strolled through the match. Didn't waste a pass and ran the midfield battle
An all-action performance from the midfielder who had a hand in the first two goals. Tireless energy in the middle of the park and a key cog in Gerrard's midfield.
A goal in each half for the Colombian, who performed well. Took both goals well and notched assist for Ojo's strike. Replaced by Defoe with ten minutes left
On for the tiring Jack and stuck to his role well
On late for Morelos
Benched despite starring role in Denmark. Had a cameo appearance as Rangers saw out the game