Rangers secured all three points against Dundee at the Ibrox Stadium earlier today in what was a comprehensive display by them. Goals from Kenny Miller, Alfredo Morelos, Jamie Murphy and Daniel Candeias for the Gers went without a reply from Neil McCann’s entourage.

Here is how we rated Graeme Murty men for their 4-0 win over Dundee in the Scottish Premiership fixture.

Wes Foderingham 6/10

The custodian was barely tested, particularly in the first-half as Dundee were confined in their own half. However, he stepped up whenever he was called into action.

James Tavernier 7/10

Tavernier was industrious down the right and there is no denying that he maintained a fine balance between his offensive endeavours and defensive duties.

Russell Martin 6/10

The centre-back had a much improved performance this time around as he was resilient at the back and worked well with Ross McCrorie.

Ross McCrorie 7/10

The youngster returned to the starting line-up for the first time this year at the expense of Bruno Alves and made the most of the opportunity. He looked comfortable until he was down with a cramp.

Declan John 7/10

John galloped forward time and again to cause a lot of problems to the back line of the visiting side. He proved to be a handy asset for Murty’s side today.

Graham Dorrans 6/10

The midfielder struggled to make an impact in the first-half but came back stronger after the interval. However, he should have contributed a lot more.

Greg Docherty 5/10

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