Glasgow Rangers failed to build upon their excellent UEFA Europa League win after they were held to a 1-1 draw in the Scottish Premiership at lunchtime.
Joe Aribo had to rescue a point for Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side in the end, after Dundee United took a shock lead in the first half with a header from Ross Graham from a corner kick.
There were some underwhelming performances from the Ibrox faithful on the day, and The Transfer Tavern have now used statistical experts SofaScore to analyse who the three worst players (to have played at least 45 minutes) were:
Scott Arfield – 6.7
Admittedly joint with Allan McGregor in terms of rating (6.7), Arfield ranks in third here as the goalkeeper could not do much to stop the goal from Graham.
Arfield lost out on four of his duels, and also failed to record a single shot on target, interception or tackle, while also losing possession nine times.
Filip Helander – 6.5
Graham was Helander’s man, and the Sweden international lost him on the corner, so it is no surprise to see him get a low rating of 6.5.
Helander was unsuccessful in two of his duels, and also never managed a clearance or tackle, while he lost the ball on seven different occasions.
Alfredo Morelos – 5.9
Morelos was given the worst Teddy Bears rating by far, a mere 5.9.
Will Morelos stay at Rangers next season?
The Colombia international lost seven duels, and missed with all five of his shots on goal, while he also lost the ball nine times.
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