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Rangers on course to first-ever SWPL 1 title after defeating Glasgow City

The RANGERS are firmly on course for a first-ever SWPL 1 title after beating defending champions Glasgow City 3-1 on the grounds of the club's training centre. They are two points ahead of City and four ahead of Celtic and have played a game fewer than both. (Author: Gardener)

Glasgow CityThe RANGERS are firmly on course for a first-ever SWPL 1 title after beating defending champions Glasgow City 3-1 on the grounds of the club's training centre. They are two points ahead of City and four ahead of Celtic and have played a game fewer than both. City, who debuted American new signing Peyton Perea, appeared to be offered a lifeline when Rangers goaltender Jenna Fife was sent off 2-0 midway through the second half. "Before the game we asked the players to really put their heart and soul into the game and they did," said Rangers head coach Malky Thomson. "In previous games we had maybe five, six players who played well, but today eleven played each other." Lizzie Arnot got plenty of space after receiving the ball from Tessel Middag and she beat Lee Alexander with an excellent left Foot from 25 yards into the far corner. Ireland midfielder Niamh Farrelly headed the equalizer in the sides' earlier 1-1 draw, but this time it was an own goal from an Arnot corner. Despite Fife being sent off after 67 minutes when she ran out of her area and bought Ode Fulutudilo, it was Rangers who scored again. The outstanding Arnot crossed from the right and Jane Ross sent a header down past Alexander. Celtic moved within two points of City with a 2-0 win over Spartans at Ainslie Park. Hamilton is now six points adrift of a 1-0 home loss to second-bottom Partick Thistle. Aberdeen had their best win of the season, beating fourth-placed Hibernian at Balmoral Stadium, and in the other game of the day, Hearts beat Motherwell 1-0.

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3 Rangers burning troubles as Alfredo Morelos returns with double against Hearts

MORELOS BACK WITH A BANG It wasn't long before Alfredo Morelos was back on the scoresheet after his international break with Colombia. The Ibrox striker has been sorely missed by Giovanni van Bronckhorst and his side over the past fortnight and it must have been extremely frustrating to deal with his absence while he never played a minute for his country. Morelos was a major failure against Celtic during the week as Rangers lacked real focus at the top end (Author: Gardener)

Alfredo MorelosIt wasn't long before Alfredo Morelos returned to the goalscoring charts following his overseas stint with Colombia. The Ibrox striker has been sorely missed by Giovanni van Bronckhorst and his side over the past fortnight and it must have been extremely frustrating to deal with his absence while he never played a minute for his country. Morelos was a huge miss against Celtic midweek as Rangers lacked real focus at the top end of the park. His form will be crucial if Rangers retain the Scottish Premiership title this season, so Van Bronckhorst is hoping he can compete ahead of a couple of crucial games in the race for the Premiership trophy. It was great to see Ryan Jack start for Rangers today after a long layoff with injury. The Scotland international brought another dimension to the Ibrox team's midfield and his guts and determination added some much-needed bite to Van Bronckhorst's side. Jack played 70 minutes after coming on at half-time against Celtic on Wednesday night. His fitness looked a bit lacking but obviously that will improve with more playing time. Jack received a standing ovation as he exited the action, proving how much he was missed being center of the pitch for Rangers. Steve Clarke will also be delighted to see Jack back on the pitch ahead of some big games on the international stage. Lundstram got the nod in today's all-important must-win game and he proved his worth. It was arguably his best performance in a Gers shirt and he looked right at home alongside Ryan Jack.

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Van Bronckhorst is happy with Rangers' 'energetic' reaction to Celtic defeat

"It's a great win for us, especially with the way we won today and the attitude we showed from minute one." (Author: Gardener)

Van BronckhorstRangers boss Giovanni Van Bronckhorst was pleased with his side's "energetic" reaction to the defeat by Celtic as they hammered Hearts 5-0. Rangers lost first place in the Scottish Premiership in midweek when they were beaten 3-0 by Celtic. They were under pressure going into Sunday's game against Hearts. Glen Kamara, Scott Arfield and Fashion Sakala also scored as Rangers closed the gap to Celtic to a point. Van Bronckhorst, who is now looking forward to Hibernian's visit on Wednesday night, told Sky Sports Scotland: "I'm really looking forward to it. Of course it's a big win for us, especially with the way we won today and with the attitude we showed from minute one. "It's a good reaction and I'm really happy that we won this game. “You could see that we knew what to do from the first minute. That reacted and helped us to get back on the road to victory. "The way we play was very good, very energetic. He said: "If we keep that energy and determination in every game, we have a good chance. “We have to make sure we win game after game. "We're happy with the performance now and of course with the three points, because that's crucial at the moment. Morelos was named the sponsors' man of the match and the Gers coach said: "Obviously we know his qualities. We know what he can bring to the team - lots of threat up front, especially with his movement. "We knew he would give us a little more up front to be dangerous and he showed that again today." Hearts boss Robbie Neilson felt his side failed to score the second goal against Morelos in the 64th minute could cope and are looking for a reaction against Dundee on Wednesday night. We started the second half really well, the crowd is starting to turn and we had two huge chances and we missed them and as soon as they scored the second goal we started falling apart a bit to be honest. "There was a 12-minute period where we lost three goals and that was game dead. "The team has done very well this season. "We felt like it was an opportunity to come here and do well and it didn't work out that way. "You can have the conversation and say we're going to do this and that, but at the end of the day we can only win on Wednesday and that's what we have to do." Neilson declined to reveal the reason why he was booked by referee Willie Collum in the second half, saying: "It's done and dusted. "I was just complaining about it... I'm not going into it, it's settled."

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Super sub Sakala scores as Aribo & Balogun's Rangers decimate Hearts

Rangers beat Hearts 5-0 in Sunday's Scottish Premiership encounter, with super-sub Fashion Sakala among the scorers. (Author: Gardener)

Fashion SakalaRangers beat Hearts 5-0 in Sunday's Scottish Premiership encounter, with super-sub Fashion Sakala among the scorers. The Zambian international replaced Joe Aribo in the 76th minute and found the net eight minutes later. Still injured from their 3-0 defeat by Celtic last time out, Rangers welcomed Jam Tarts to Ibrox Stadium with ambitions to return to winning ways. Spurred on by this, the hosts started the game up front and took a deserved lead through Alfredo Morelos thanks to an 11th-minute assist from Ryan Kent. Calvin Bassey placed a 50-yard pass down Kent's run - whizzing past Nathaniel Atkinson and Taylor Moore. He then assisted Morelos, who beat goaltender Craig Gordon for his 14th goal of the 2021-22 season. A few minutes before half-time, Gordon Morelos made a wonderful save from 18 yards to keep the goal line low. Giovanni van Bronckhorst's men scored their second goal of the evening in the 64th minute thanks to Colombia international Morelos. He could have scored a hat trick when Aribo released him to face Gordon, but a combination of Moore and the keeper denied him that. He sold a dummy to Alex Cochrane before seeding Gordon and passing him for his second of the season. Three minutes later, Rangers took a four-goal lead. Scott Arfield was initially denied by the opposing goaltender, but the ball bounced back in his path and scored a close-range finish for his fifth time this season. With six minutes left, substitute Sakala made it 5-0 for the Gers while Hearts returned home with their heads down. Aside from Aribo, who was substituted for Zambia's Sakala, Leon Balogun and Bassey were in action from start to finish. Rangers now sit second in the record after accumulating 59 points in 25 games.

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Rangers respond in style as Alfredo Morelos debuts a double and Aaron Ramsey in a 5-0 win over Hearts

From the hunted to the hunter. It's not the role reversal Rangers wanted in this convincing title race, but they have shown they are up to the challenge of chasing Celtic at the top of the table with an ultimately emphatic takedown of Hearts at Ibrox. (Author: Gardener)

HeartsGiovanni van Bronckhorst got exactly the answer he had demanded after his team's painful 3-0 defeat by Old Firm in midweek that knocked them off the Premiership summit. But inspired by the returning Alfredo Morelos, whose double took his tally to 15 for the season, Rangers beat a Hearts side that will ponder missed chances of their own at key moments. There was also a Rangers debut for Aaron Ramsey, the loanee midfielder from Juventus, who came on for the last quarter of an hour to add to the newfound positivity around a club hoping to prove their ace in the field after graduation could be few months of campaign. Perhaps somewhat surprisingly, given the bewildering flaws in his team's performance at Celtic Park, van Bronckhorst limited the number of changes to his starting line-up to just four. The level of intensity and aggression demanded by the coach, so woefully absent in the derby loss, was evident in the early moments as they set about making amends in front of their own fans. Hearts, with Rangers-bound John Souttar not even among the substitutes, made just two changes to the side who drew 0-0 at Hibs, with Aaron McEneff and Alex Cochrane at the expense of Andy Halliday and Ellis Simms came. Rangers' sparkling start to the competition, which saw Joe Aribo, Ryan Kent and Morelos all unable to capitalize on decent opens as they pressed forward at every opportunity, was completed with the Colombia international's 11th minute breakthrough. minute rewards. Calvin Bassey, much more comfortable in his primary left-back position, split the Hearts defense with a superb through ball that released Kent. The winger's low cross kept Morelos waiting at the far post for an easy tap-in behind the helpless Craig Gordon. Hearts offered precious little as an attacking power in the first half, although McEneff was unable to take advantage from a clear view of goal as he tamely sent a shot straight at Allan McGregor. It was Arfield's final contribution before being replaced by Ramsey, which drew raucous acclaim from Rangers fans. He showed some nice touches but it was another sub, Fashion Sakala, who ended a satisfying afternoon for Rangers when he caught a low cross from Kent to force a shot past Gordon.

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Rangers' wild reaction to horror show Old Firm as Hearts are swept aside at Ibrox

IBROX expected. Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Rangers delivered. (Author: Gardener)

IbroxSo does Alfredo Morelos. The forward may not have shot a ball for Colombia during his absence but he would be cheering for the champions when they return. His two goals - one in each half, one inside the box and the other from the edge of the box - would break hearts. Shots from Glen Kamara, Scott Arfield and Fashion Sakala added to the satisfaction of a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon. Had that result been against Rangers, had Van Bronckhorst's side added to their misery after losing to Celtic then real questions would have been asked. As it turns out, this could prove to be the kind of outing that will allow the Rangers to stop the chute and piece together the run needed for the title race. For Rangers, however, it had a meaning of its own and the result was just as crucial, albeit for different reasons. After the champions followed their Howler in the Highlands with a capitulation against Celtic, the champions simply could not afford to leave Ibrox outraged with another performance that saw him lose ground at the top of the table. Celtic's win over Motherwell earlier in the day was another ominous sign for Rangers. The gauntlet was down and it was up to Van Bronckhorst to rise to the challenge and begin to redeem the derby disaster. Indeed, it could be some time before they are regained as Rangers look to rebuild momentum and confidence. There was no room for Aaron Ramsey as the Welshman took a seat behind Van Bronckhorst in the dugout. Ryan Jack's return to a starting spot was a welcome sight, however, and he was joined by Leon Balogun, John Lundstram and Morelos. There has been much talk of what can or should be expected of Ramsey in the coming months following his deadline day arrival from Juventus. In his case, time at Ibrox is now of the essence. But the fact that Morelos was back in the park and back on the goalscoring list was even more significant for Rangers. The move was drastic from Rangers. Calvin Bassey and Ryan Kent combined speed and precision down the left flank as Hearts sliced ​​open and placed on the back foot. Kent selected Morelos at the back post and finished well when Craig Gordon was beaten from close range. It was exactly the kind of start Rangers needed. More goals were needed to secure the points, however, and Kent twice came close to scoring them. He would have been denied a clear penalty if his jersey had been torn off in the penalty area, but he would have had to concede a goal to do so. Both times he came painfully close. As efforts narrowly dodged Gordon's left post, Hearts breathed a sigh of relief. Those mistakes left the Jambos with hope at Ibrox. Rangers had purpose and control in the first half, but Hearts started the second tails up and the champions quickly had to reassert themselves. Once again, Morelos was the captain as he doubled his tally and doubled Rangers' lead. A pass to Arfield was blocked at the edge of the area. Morelos would then take matters into his own hands and shoot instead of trying to provide an assist. The finish was emphatic and Gordon was well beaten when Morelos curled a shot into the net and went out to celebrate. The game was won but Rangers were still in the mood for more and two exquisite moves would quickly see them extend their lead as Kamara came on for Jack and Arfield, later replaced by Ramsey, did the piling up misery for the jambos. Kamara collected a neat streak from Morelos and then showed a composure in the area he usually reserves for the middle of the park. A flickering and cool finish beat Gordon. The fourth goal was just as smooth. Kent's pass was perfect and Arfield finished the second time asking how Gordon's first save proved futile. The afternoon had gotten worse and worse for Hearts. The visitors, who were expected to provide a rigorous test of Ranger credentials, had been blown away by a gentle performance. When Sakala rounded off another flowing play and converted a Kent cross to make it 5-0, the Jambos really couldn't complain. It was a performance and a result that showed what Rangers are capable of. A bar has been reset and champions can't afford to let the levels slide as much as they've been doing lately. Van Bronckhorst's side answered the questions and fulfilled the demands.

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Rangers' wild reaction to horror show Old Firm as Hearts are swept aside at Ibrox

IBROX expected. Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Rangers delivered. (Author: Gardener)

IbroxSo does Alfredo Morelos. So does Alfredo Morelos. The forward may not have shot a ball for Colombia during his absence but he would be cheering for the champions when they return. The forward may not have shot a ball for Colombia during his absence but he would be cheering for the champions when they return. His two goals - one in each half, one inside the box and the other from the edge of the box - would break hearts. Shots from Glen Kamara, Scott Arfield and Fashion Sakala added to the satisfaction of a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon. Had that result been against Rangers, had Van Bronckhorst's side added to their misery after losing to Celtic then real questions would have been asked. As it turns out, this could prove to be the kind of outing that will allow the Rangers to stop the chute and piece together the run needed for the title race. For Rangers, however, it had a meaning of its own and the result was just as crucial, albeit for different reasons. After the champions followed their Howler in the Highlands with a capitulation against Celtic, the champions simply could not afford to leave Ibrox outraged with another performance that saw him lose ground at the top of the table. Celtic's win over Motherwell earlier in the day was another ominous sign for Rangers. The gauntlet was down and it was up to Van Bronckhorst to rise to the challenge and begin to redeem the derby disaster. Indeed, it could be some time before they are regained as Rangers look to rebuild momentum and confidence. There was no room for Aaron Ramsey as the Welshman took a seat behind Van Bronckhorst in the dugout. Ryan Jack's return to a starting spot was a welcome sight, however, and he was joined by Leon Balogun, John Lundstram and Morelos. There has been much talk of what can or should be expected of Ramsey in the coming months following his deadline day arrival from Juventus. In his case, time at Ibrox is now of the essence. But the fact that Morelos was back in the park and back on the goalscoring list was even more significant for Rangers. The move was drastic from Rangers. Calvin Bassey and Ryan Kent combined speed and precision down the left flank as Hearts sliced ​​open and placed on the back foot. Kent selected Morelos at the back post and finished well when Craig Gordon was beaten from close range. It was exactly the kind of start Rangers needed. More goals were needed to secure the points, however, and Kent twice came close to scoring them. He would have been denied a clear penalty if his jersey had been torn off in the penalty area, but he would have had to concede a goal to do so. Both times he came painfully close. As efforts narrowly dodged Gordon's left post, Hearts breathed a sigh of relief. Those mistakes left the Jambos with hope at Ibrox. Rangers had purpose and control in the first half, but Hearts started the second tails up and the champions quickly had to reassert themselves. Once again, Morelos was the captain as he doubled his tally and doubled Rangers' lead. A pass to Arfield was blocked at the edge of the area. Morelos would then take matters into his own hands and shoot instead of trying to provide an assist. The finish was emphatic and Gordon was well beaten when Morelos curled a shot into the net and went out to celebrate. The game was won but Rangers were still in the mood for more and two exquisite moves would quickly see them extend their lead as Kamara came on for Jack and Arfield, later replaced by Ramsey, did the piling up misery for the jambos. Kamara collected a neat streak from Morelos and then showed a composure in the area he usually reserves for the middle of the park. A flickering and cool finish beat Gordon. Kent's pass was perfect and Arfield finished the second time asking how Gordon's first save proved futile. The afternoon had gotten worse and worse for Hearts. The visitors, who were expected to provide a rigorous test of Ranger credentials, had been blown away by a gentle performance. When Sakala rounded off another flowing play and converted a Kent cross to make it 5-0, the Jambos really couldn't complain. It was a performance and a result that showed what Rangers are capable of. A bar has been reset and champions can't afford to let the levels slide as much as they've been doing lately. Van Bronckhorst's side answered the questions and fulfilled the demands.

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Scott Arfield in Rangers title prediction as champions react to Old Firm loss by pounding Hearts

SCOTT ARFIELD believes Rangers' title defense is back on track after beating Hearts and recovering from their Old Firm horror show on the first try. (Author: Gardener)

RangersSCOTT ARFIELD believes Rangers' title defense is back on track after beating Hearts and recovering from their Old Firm horror show on the first try. Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side returned to winning ways at Ibrox as they stayed within reach of Celtic at the top of the Premier League with a 5-0 win. Alfredo Morelos scored twice on his return to the team after an away spell against Colombia, while Glen Kamara and Fashion Sakala also found either side of an Arfield shot. Rangers were under intense pressure to perform after their mid-week capitulation to Celtic as they lost pole position in the title race. And Arfield believes a back-to-basics approach ultimately paid off as the champions put in an excellent performance to take a well-deserved three points. Arfield said: "It felt good. It felt good to get back on the winning track. We needed a reaction, I think we did.” The fans were asking for a reaction and we as players felt that that was obviously what we needed to do . We scored a lot of goals and it was a good day for us. "You can win football games in different ways, but first you have to walk around, you have to tackle, you have to earn your rights." I know everyone says it's such a cliché but my god it's true in football that's what you have to do. "Once you do that, you can calm down and we have players at this football club who can put the ball in the net. "Listen, you're always under pressure at this football club. It doesn't matter if you are behind in the league or winning the league at this point. "It's a hell of a long way, 13 games left. A lot more points to score, a lot more football.” With the fans behind us, we feel like we can win every game and hopefully it will be a good one by the end of May. Trick that would have crowned a good all-around individual performance. But the Jambos were ultimately brushed aside when Morelos inspired Rangers to a beautiful win and increased his tally to 15 goals of the season. Arfield said: "He's a great player for us, there's no doubt about that. I think he just scares defenders when they see his name and everything about him, his all-round ability and nothing more than putting the ball in the stuck in the back of the net." That's what wins games. Luckily we did that at a crucial point in the game, Alfredo scored the second goal and then we went on and scored another three."

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'Modest but world class' Aaron Ramsey is the perfect signing for Rangers, says his ex-team-mate

A 16-year Aaron Ramsey fan and a Rangers supporter since childhood, Warren Feeney greeted Scotland's blockbuster Deadline Day with great excitement and anticipation. (Author: Gardener)

Aaron RamseyA 16-year Aaron Ramsey fan and a Rangers supporter since childhood, Warren Feeney greeted Scotland's blockbuster Deadline Day with great excitement and anticipation. For Feeney first encountered Ramsey as an exceptional young talent who, at the tender age of 15, was rethinking important career decisions. They were politely rebuffed by a young man who insisted he represent his hometown club first in order to receive an important education. At 17, Ramsey joined Arsenal for £5million while still cruising around in his beloved lime green Ford Fiesta. Feeney, who recently acted as manager in Bulgaria, recalled: “There was a lot of fuss about Aaron. “Man United, Arsenal and Liverpool were already snooping around at 15. But what kept him grounded was that as a Cardiff boy he wanted to play for Cardiff. “He knew if he played like 25 games he would get rewards and these big clubs would come back. Cardiff was a huge championship club and Aaron knew if he played there he would have the world at his feet. “You knew it would only be a matter of time and Arsenal are a great fit. The way Arsene played Wenger was what Rambo wanted. “Now I see him turning down Premier League clubs for Rangers because they are a great club and he wanted to experience that. "He's been in the Premier League for most of his life and it must have been a big move to go back. So it's a real coup for Rangers.” Going down old ways at Arsenal or getting caught in a relegation battle with Burnley only to return to the EPL has been trumped by joining Giovanni van Bronckhorst's group. The challenge of fighting for a Scottish title and tasty Europa League games against Borussia Dortmund lured the 31-year-old to Ibrox. There he finds a kindred spirit in Feeney's former international colleague Steven Davis. Feeney explained: "Aaron is such a humble person, a bit like Stevie. People say they like players with a bit of arrogance - and you do. He had confidence but just wanted to play and nothing could ruffle the lad, which is a big deal. "A lot of young players think the world owes them a living." I remember Aaron having his Fiesta parked next to the other guys with their porches and R8s. "He was just amazing when he came to us at 15, like the ball "stuck to his feet. He was a big boy, he was filled in and didn't look out of place. You could tell the boy was something special would." He had this talent that I think is great, knowing when to move and when to stop. That's something special at that age. It's no surprise what he's accomplished." Ramsey watched Rangers' horrors from the Celtic Park stands on Wednesday night. He believes a fully fit Jack can allow Ramsey to continue thriving on the pitch for Rangers, in what is now a quest for new leaders Celtic - starting against Hearts today. I understand they are playing each other out." The insurance you have with Jack could give Rambo a free role to do a lot of damage. There's also Steven Davis who's out to get something back. "Rambo can play anywhere, "His cool head is just what Rangers need because he's a world class player." "He doesn't mind results like this while others might be down, Gio sure is thinking about firing him straight now. It's Lift Rangers who have to go into the business part of the season. I hope Rambo proves to be an excellent signing."

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Rangers win big in Ramsey debut

Aaron Ramsey makes his much-anticipated Rangers debut in a heartbeat preventing Celtic from extending their one-point lead in the Scottish Premiership. (Author: Gardener)

RamseyAaron Ramsey made his much-anticipated Rangers debut as they beat Hearts to prevent Celtic from extending their one-point lead in the Scottish Premiership. The influential Alfredo Morelos netted in each half and put Glen Kamara on goal after Hearts spurned great chances before Scott Arfield scored a well-taken fourth and Fashion Sakala completed the loss. Ramsey, who was loaned to Juventus and signed in January, was given the last 14 minutes by Giovanni van Bronckhorst and, 4-0 up, could not have dreamed of an easier debut against the side who are now 16 points adrift of third place. It was a game where Morelos underscored his importance, a day that showed the striker's influence, dynamism and class time and time again. Rangers worked in the three games they played when he was an unused member of the Colombia squad. Many of the 50,000 spectators at Ibrox on Sunday will have wondered why his country took him halfway across the world to not only drop him from their lineups but from matchday squads altogether. Van Bronckhorst will certainly be delighted with his return - not least after Wednesday's soft and hurtful defeat at Celtic Park. Morelos laced a busy performance with bright flashes of subtlety. His goals came recklessly, the first coming from a superb Calvin Bassey pass and a Ryan Kent delivery; the second, an insistent left-foot curl from the edge of the box. If it was coincidence that Morelos' attempted through ball bounced straight back to his feet, then the forward did enough to deserve his lucky shot and was deadly enough to grab it. His connecting play was top-notch throughout, repeatedly pressuring Hearts' central defense - lacking Craig Halkett and Rangers-bound John Souttar. The Hearts keeper practically did this again in the final act of the game. Morelos' second, however, had been the defining moment. Because if Rangers had come flying out of the traps in the first half, they started the second while still asleep in them. Trailing 1-0, Hearts could have equalized when Nathaniel Atkinson failed to convert a glorious ball from Stephen Kingsley, and really should have equalized when Bassey's terribly weak header missed Allan McGregor and Cammy Devlin went wide. But with a swing of his left shoe, Morelos calmed the fear simmering in the home ranks. With a right turn, he sent Kamara screaming into the penalty area, where the Finn fooled a thrashing defender and pushed home. Rangers put icing on their cake late, Arfield scored in the second try from a Super Kent pick-out and Sakala converted neatly with six minutes to go. Beating Hearts – even a 5-0 win over them – won't heal the wounds inflicted by Celtic, but Rangers' pulse is strong again after Wednesday's flat-lining. The Rangers mentality has been questioned by outsiders and their own this season. Back in November, when Hibernian knocked them out of the League Cup, Connor Goldson said he felt his team had "lost a little bit of hunger". They had to prove themselves on Sunday after what Celtic did to them. Hearts will be broken at how badly this ended for them. Although Rangers dominated the game, there were chances but the Edinburgh side couldn't take them. Their moments to grab the game by the neck came early in that second half. Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst on Sky Sports: "We're very happy, it's a big win for us." The key is to keep playing Game In and Game Out, it's key to the way we do want to play we have to maintain that energy and there's a good chance of winning [the league] slightly capitulated. When you come to a good team you have to take your chances and we had two or three.

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