Here's the Rangers players rated in their 2-0 home victory over Celtic

WES FODERINGHAM Keeper came into the starting line-up to replace the suspended Allan McGregor and was barely tested during a routine first half. A flashpoint as he took exception to a challenge from Odsonne Edouard was his only real involvement. Denied Burke with a good save low down with seven minutes left. 7

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JAMES TAVERNIER Gave Rangers a dream start as his curling free-kick evaded everyone in the area and found the far corner. Always looking to push on from right-back and was solid defensively as well. Played a captain’s role on a day to remember for the Light Blues. 8

CONNOR GOLDSON Handled the threat of Eduoard well in the first half and almost ended it by scoring the second goal as he headed just over from a corner. Didn’t look troubled by what little Celtic could throw at him after the break. A commanding presence once again. 8

NIKOLA KATIC Croatian relished the physical challenge and was impressive at the heart of the Gers defence during the opening 45 minutes. Deserved a clean sheet and it was clear what the victory meant to him after a superb showing. 8

JON FLANAGAN Has made the most of his chance in recent weeks and deserved his start here. Made a couple of crunching challenges and was booked for an incident with Brown at a corner. An accomplished performance overall. 7

RYAN JACK Midfielder was the goal hero at Ibrox in December and he thrived in the Old Firm encounter once again. Produced a stunning performance as Rangers bossed the central area and his attitude summed up the showing from Gerrard’s side. 9

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GLEN KAMARA Many players can find it difficult to keep their head in the heat of the Old Firm but the Finn was ice-cool at Ibrox. Calm and composed on the ball and played a huge part in the second goal. 8

STEVEN DAVIS The Northern Irishman is no stranger to famous wins in this encounter and he would have enjoyed his first Old Firm back at Ibrox. Rarely wasted the ball, kept Rangers ticking over and showed his class throughout an impressive afternoon. 8

SCOTT ARFIELD The ovation he received when he left the park with eight minutes to go said it all about his performance. Was integral to Rangers defending from the front as he hassled and harried but had an attacking influence when it mattered most as he beat Bain to clinch the win. 9

RYAN KENT Didn’t get a goal that his play deserved but he still had a key role in the victory. Always looking for the ball and always dangerous when he was on it as he shone on the big stage once again. 8

JERMAIN DEFOE Rightly got the nod to start over Morelos and didn’t let Gerrard down as he led the line superbly. Was denied by Bain early on and could have done better just minutes before being replaced, although he was lucky to see a follow-up effort hit the bar. Old Firm encounter would surely have made an impression on the veteran forward. 8


ALFREDO MORELOS (for Defoe) The wait for an Old Firm goal goes on for the Colombian. Only had a couple of half chances during a late cameo. 4

DANIEL CANDEIAS (for Arfield) Given the final few minutes to add fresh legs to Gerrard’s side. Did his job. 3

ROSS MCCRORIE (for Davis) Helped Rangers see it out in the closing stages as Ibrox celebrated. 2