Rangers consolidated their strong Europa League start with a hard-earned victory over Lech Poznan.
Sub Alfredo Morelos climbed off the bench to head in a second-half winner to earn Steven Gerrard’s side a crucial three points.
Rangers now join Benfica at the group summit ahead of a trip to face the Portuguese giants.
It’s not a match that will last too long in the memory but that perhaps underlines Rangers’ impressive efficiency at this level.
Here’s how Record Sport‘s David McCarthy rated the Ibrox side.
A milestone night for the keeper making his 80th Euro appearance and he would have been pleased at having relatively little to do – 6
Not as slick as usual going forward and had obviously been identified as a threat needing to be kept in check – 6
A threat in the Poznan box at set plays but more importantly, solid in his defensive work as Poznan grew into the game – 8
Victim of a bad early foul but shrugged it off to fit in seamlessly with Goldson at the back. Had to be alert and was – 8
Brilliant delivery for Roofe’s first half chance and an even better one for Morelos’ opening goal. Also had to defend diligently – 8
Does such an important job off the ball, shutting down space and providing cover for Tavernier before making way for Jack – 7
Had to settle for frustrating the visitors rather than dictating play for his own team in first half but more proactive after break – 7
Oozed composure and confidence, gliding all over the pitch effectively and playing with the minimum of fuss – 7
Tried to provide the creative spark and looked the part in flashes but didn’t link with Tavernier as effectively as usual – 6
No lack of effort but failed to show his quality in front of goal, missing a great chance in the first half and did most of his work miles from goal – 5
Looked to have the right back beaten for pace and threatened in flashes but wasn’t in possession often enough for his liking – 6
Alfredo Morelos: Got just over half an hour for Roofe and made his presence felt with a record-equalling goal – 7
Joe Aribo: On for Hagi and was tidy enough in and out of possession – 4
Ryan Jack: Replaced Arfield to bring fresh legs and stability to the midfield in the last 10 minutes – 3
Brandon Barker: Also got 10 minutes for Kent in the hope that his pace could unsettle a tiring Poznan defence – 2