Rangers made a welcome return to winning ways on Sunday, defeating Livingston 3-0.
Gerrard’s men lost at the Tony Macaroni earlier in the season, so the result was by no means a gimme.
The players needed to perform and they responded well.

Ryan Jack celebrates after scoring the opening goal. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

One man who stood out once again, was Ryan Kent.
The winger was one of three Gers awarded a score of eight in the Rangers News player ratings.
After operating in a more central role in the defeat to Killie, the 22-year-old was moved back out to the flank.
With space to drive at defenders, it’s clearly where he’s at his most effective.

He was outstanding on the left wing against Celtic (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

However, if there was one criticism of the Liverpool loanee over his time at Ibrox, it’s that there hasn’t been quite enough end product. 
Nice tricks and eye-catching runs have tended to fizzle out more often than not.
However, that seems to be changing of late.
It was he, who assisted Ryan Jack’s Old Firm winner. Then, on Sunday, he grabbed his fourth of the season, finishing emphatically past Liam Kelly.

Kent lashes home from close range. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

On Monday, the official Rangers Twitter account shared a video of the finish from the camera inside the goal.
Underneath the post, Gers fans demanded the club bring in the talented youngster on a permanent deal.
According to Transfermarkt, his market value is currently £1.58 million.

 

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