Trying to break this match down tactically wasn’t easy due to the bonkers nature of it. The match had five goals and was filled with goalscoring chances.
Rangers got back to winning ways against Livingston, with a solitary Scott Arfield goal in the second period. It wasn’t the vintage performance we all had hoped for but that could have been down to the terrible conditions but it was a win nonetheless
Rangers are now 10 points behind, with a game in hand. This came after a terrible 2-1 loss against Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. Despite taking the lead through Scott Arfield in the first half, Rangers contrived to lose the match in the second half due to goals from Stephen O’Donnell and Eammon Brophy