Rapid Vienna 1 - 0 Rangers: How the Rangers players rated

Ratings out of ten for every Rangers player as Steven Gerrard's men exited the Europa League.

Rangers right-back James Tavernier looks to close down a cross. Picture: AP
Rarely tested in goal but flapped at one cross and his poor kick-out led to Rapid's winner. (5/10)
Got forward often to support the attack, as per usual. (7/10)

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Endured a few shaky moments but did provide a couple of key tackles. (6/10)
A more assured performance from the centre-back who's struggled of late. (7/10)
Not quite as busy as Tavernier on the other side but still a threat with his crossing. (7/10)
Lost his man for the winning goal but his ball-winning skills were key in Rangers' performance. (7/10)
Showed off a great range of passing in the first half. Was a little more quiet in that regard after break, but still effective in middle. (7/10)
Great at getting to second balls and breaking up Rapid's play, but could've been less wasteful in possession. (7/10)
Not as influential to the attack from an unusual role on the right of midfield. (6/10)
Had a couple of promising first-half runs but completely faded from the game. (5/10)
Quiet in the first half but turned it up after the break. Involved in all of Rangers' most threatening attacks. (7/10)
Eros Grezda - Had one run and cross which almost led to OG (6/10). Kyle Lafferty - Put himself about (6/10).