Rangers midfielder Macleod looking back to his best

BELL (7) Saved well from Sam Stanton to keep his side in front early in the second half.

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Lewis Macleod celebrates with his team-mates after opening the scoring for Rangers
Lewis Macleod celebrates with his team-mates after opening the scoring for Rangers

Was let down by his defence for Hibs goal.

WALLACE (6) An unusually quiet evening for the left- back. Was reliable enough defensively, but offered little going forward. Still, he had a hand in both of his side's goals.

ZALIUKAS (6) On the evidence of his first competitive outing, the Lithuanian centre-half looks to be a decent acquisition.

McCULLOCH (6) The skipper played in the centre of a three-man back line. Appeared more comfortable when the team reverted to a back four in the second half.

McGREGOR (6) Made his competitive debut for Rangers at Ibrox on the right side of defence. Could have done better at the Hibs goal.

FOSTER (6) Recovered from injury to take his place in the starting line-up. Bombed up and down the right flank all night.

LAW (6) Suffered a head injury after a collision with Jordon Forster in the sixth minute. Failed to make an impression until he curled in the winner in extra-time.

BLACK (4) His usual niggly self. His distribution, though, left much to be desired.

MACLEOD (7) Started on the right-hand side of midfield before switching to the left. Opened the scoring in the 14th minute with a powerful low shot.

BOYD (6) Hit the side netting after 30 seconds and had a goal disallowed later on in the first half. Looked hungry and dangerous.

MILLER (6) Did what Kennny Miller does. Ran tirelessly, probed for an opening, strived to create chances for his team-mates and tried to net himself.

REPLACEMENTS: TEMPLETON (6) Took over from McGregor and immediately injected some much-needed pace and inventiveness into his side's play going forward.

AIRD (3) Took over from Macleod with 12 minutes remaining.

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