Man-by-man: Top man Bell beaten with last kick

BELL (8) Called upon far more often than he normally is in SPFL League One matches at Ibrox.

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Gers keeper Cammy Bell does well to punch clear a dangerous cross
Gers keeper Cammy Bell does well to punch clear a dangerous cross

Was equal to whatever Stranraer threw at him … until the final kick of the ball.

FAURE (6) The Frenchman is becoming a real unsing hero of this Rangers team. He is reliable defensively. His positional play is excellent.

McCULLOCH (6) The Rangers skipper capped another fine performance with a well-taken penalty. Marshalled the back-line with authority. Booked for an off-the-ball incident.

MOHSNI (5) The French-Tunisian centre-half was his usual mercurial self. Shelled a couple of clearances out of the park. Went on a few mesmerising runs with the ball at his feet.

WALLACE (6) Started the game superbly. Gave Stranraer's Scott Robertson and Sean Winter an uncomfortable afternoon with some rampaging runs. Faded as the game progressed.

PERALTA (4) Did virtually nothing. Has his strengths. But often looks uncomfortable on the right side of midfield. Replaced by Fraser Aird after less than an hour.

LAW (5) Returned to the Rangers first team after recovering from a groin injury. Struck the crossbar with a 20-yard shot. That apart, the midfielder was quiet.

BLACK (6) Appears to have hit better form. Made several important interceptions and threaded some inch-perfect passes to his team-mates.

MACLEOD (6) Linked well with Wallace down the left flank in the first half and was unlucky not to score. Put in a powerful shift before being replaced late on.

CLARK (5) Won his side a penalty when he was pulled over in the opposition box in the first half. But no goals once again for the striker.

DALY (5) Harried the Stranraer defence from the first to the final whistle. Went close at the end with a left-footed volley.

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AIRD (3) Brought pace and urgency to his side's play. Switched to the left wing when David Templeton came on. LITTLE (3) Looked understandably rusty after spending seven weeks out. Will have been delighted just to have been involved.

TEMPLETON (4) Gave his side a much-needed creative spark. Looked capable of creating something whenever he got on the ball.

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