Will Rangers win the league?
Steven Gerrard made four changes to his starting XI with key men Ryan Kent, Ryan Jack and Alfredo Morelos all on the bench. It was just as well that it was a day where getting the result was the most important aspect because the performance was, to put it mildly, sub-par, with no player getting higher than 7/10 from the Evening Times’ match ratings.
Rangers improved markedly in the second-half but couldn’t find the cutting edge they needed to get their noses in front until Filip Helander put his head and face on the line to head home the winner.
Fans of the Ibrox side took to twitter at full-time to express their relief in getting the three points, as a wise woman once said – “thank you, next”.
Let’s never look back on this again, 3 points is the main thing 👍🏻💙🇬🇧
— ʎɥso⅁ (@gordong1992) October 27, 2019
Will take the 3 points but need to be better than that
— Rangers news (@Rang1872_) October 27, 2019
Positives- we won
Negatives – horrific
— Craig (@craigmoore1981) October 27, 2019
Whether it’s a walk-over 5-0, or a hard fought 2-1; it’s all 3 points.
And the nitty gritty hard fought wins like this are what win championships.
— Matthew Kenny (@MattRonKen) October 27, 2019
Heart attack material,but three points are three points.
— Blimey O’Riley (@blimey_riley) October 27, 2019
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Job done. 3 point all that matters
— irv hidd (@hidd0797) October 27, 2019