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Rangers player evaluations with Malik Tillman taking center stage and Tom Lawrence dizzying again

Rangers fought back from the brink of elimination and once again showed their Euro mettle when they saw offUnion Saint-Gilloise at Ibrox.

After a disastrous first leg in Belgium, they had everything to do. Union boss Karel Gellerts insisted his team wasn't just defending, but it sure was tricky forGeo van Bronckhorst. teams are in the early stages. But after 45 minutes of huffing and puffing, the first signs that the house was blown came when Sieve van der Heiden handled Borna his Balisic cross and James Tavernier converted from the spot. Appeared.

The wind blows the Rangers into halftime. Only in the second half he equalized in the 13th minute, with Scott followed by Antonio Corac across the line. Arfield Strike. And in the 12th minute, Malik Tilman got up and met another Barisic pitch, turning his side forward for the first time in the tie. Method is as follows.

Rangers Player Ratings

John McLaughlin: Last week's misstep put the Rangers in a pinch, but Adingra threatened to silence Ibrox , made amends with a large block. He reassured the defender that the pass to the Suns did not result in a red dot. 6

JAMES TAVERNIER: Home his spot Pushing his kick, scoring his 16th European goal for the club, Wright salvaging his Blues Kickstarted his mission. 7

Connor Goldson: Not much to worry about, but another steady display from the Rangers' rocks behind. 7

JAMES SANDS: McLaughlin's Hospital He worried for a moment when he was about to get a second yellow after a pass forced him into a sliding tackle on his It looked like I'm relieved to see ref changed his mind. 6

BORNA BARISIC: Liked by new boy Ridvan Yilmaz. It was in the interim, but two big moments helped Gers equalize as they led to his first and his third goals. 7

JOHN LUNDSTRAM: Back in midfield after last week's back 3 failure. Energy and tenacity helped his team regain control of the midfield. 7

Scott Arfield: Busy with his usual forward run off the ball, finding space proved difficult. He played a key role in the equalizer as he forced Morris into a save. 6

Tom Lawrence: Another one who faced scrutiny after a modest start with the Ibrox player, but dominated midfield I made myself clear by 8

MALIK TILLMAN: With a towering header to win, Gers continued his way into the group his stage. He seemed to lose to the right, but was much more impactful when switching to the middle. 7

Ryan Kent: The Gales hoped that the returning Weidman would outline the magic. It faltered before half-time, but made a comeback as a second-half surge put GVB's side through. 7

Antonio Corac: The great responsibility of leading the line with Morelos didn't deserve the start, but he stood up to the task with an important equalizer. 7


RABBI MATONDO (replaced Arfield, age 64): Inject pace as Union tired. 4

BEN DAVIES (for Suns, 80): before Suns is ejected. 3

ALFREDO MORELOS (80 for Colak): Almost caught the keeper of his line. 3

Glenn Kamara: (For Lawrence, 87): Helped Gelth win. 2

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