Glasgow Rangers won 3-0 at home to Dundee FC on Saturday afternoon, thanks to goals from Joe Aribo, a Ryan Sweeney own goal and Alfredo Morelos.
However, while the majority of Gers players would have been happy with their own performances, some may have felt as if they could have done better, as The Transfer Tavern uses statistical experts SofaScore to analyse who the three worst players (to have played at least 45 minutes) were for the Teddy Bears on the day:
Admittedly joint with both Glen Kamara and Ianis Hagi in terms of SofaScore rating (7.3), Sakala comes in third as he played the whole game.
If not for the want of trying, the striker did lose out on six of his duels, and failed to score with all eight of his shots on goal.
He was also unsuccessful in three of his dribble attempts, and did not manage to intercept the ball in the attacking third, while he lost possession 15 times, the joint-second most out of any player in a Light Blues shirt.
Bassey earned a 7.1 rating from SofaScore, which is still respectable, but unfortunately puts him in second spot in terms of the Ibrox faithful’s worst performers.
The central defender lost two of his fuels, and failed to block any shots or make any interceptions or tackles in the game.
He was also guilty of losing the ball on four occasions in total.
Arfield was the only RFC starter not to get a green rating from SofaScore, as they rated his performance at a 6.7.
Should Arfield start for Rangers?
The midfielder did not manage a single dribble, clearance, interception, tackle or key pass, while he also gave the ball away 11 times.
Thus, he was rated as Rangers’ worst player on the day.
Click here to comment on this articleor
Give us feedback on your Football Transfer Tavern experience