How the Hibs players rated against Rangers in Ibrox drubbing

Marks out of ten for every player to see game time at Ibrox

Sunday, 11th August 2019, 6:00 pm
Rangers 6, Hibs 1

A couple of fours after a day to forget at the office...

Produced a great save in the build-up to Rangers opener before keeping the score down with a few excellent stops. Should have done better with the fourth.
Tormented by Jordan Jones, including a nutmeg before the second goal. Constantly under pressure, especially when on the ball. Played Hibs into danger a couple of times.

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Jermain Defoe then Alfredo Morelos. An afternoon to forget as Rangers threatened to run riot at times and overwhelm the Hibs defence.
Found himself in a difficult situation after picking up a booking early on for a crude challenge. Struggled with Defoe throughout
It seemed that it was going to be a very long afternoon for the 20-year-old as Sheyi Ojo took him this way and that. Grew into the game but was sent off with more than half an hour remaining.
Was barely involved as Rangers dominated. A couple of long-range efforts but the game passed him by.
Failed to assert himself on the game in terms of possession. Tried to unruffle Rangers but it wasnt the best afternoon for the midfielder.
For that pass alone. It was a thing of beauty. Hibs didnt do enough to get him on the ball often but when he did he was their danger man.
Hibs biggest goal threat as seen with the one he scored. Found the going tough with a lack of opportunity to get on the ball.
Anonymous. He spent most of the afternoon running towards his own goal before being taken off at half-time.
Isolated for large spells but did show nice foot work and a presence in the air when the ball was played into him.
Placed in a difficult situation after Mackie was red-carded due to playing in a midfield three which didnt see a lot of the ball.
A hard game to adjust of off the bench. Did better than some team-mates.
Barely saw the ball despite coming on relatively early.