Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara was at it again for Finland on Tuesday evening.

The 23-year-old starred for his country over the weekend in a shock 2-0 win over Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Yet, there was little time to celebrate as they were soon travelling to Liechtenstein for another Euro 2020 Qualifying fixture.

Kamara shrugs off Martin Buechel in Vaduz. (Photo by TF-Images/Getty Images)

Once again they triumphed 2-0, courtesy of goals from Teemu Pukki and Benjamin Kallman.

While not on the scoresheet, it was Kamara who ran the whole show from midfield. He really looks a cut above when turning out for club and country at the minute and his match stats reflect that.

 

As is always a good sign with a player, he looks to have an age on the ball. He’s rarely rushed and does things with great precision.

It’s quite remarkable that he completed close to double the number of passes of anyone else – a 95% completion rate is quite simply dreamy.

These numbers show a willingness to help out defensively and an ability to launch attacks, too.

The ex-Dundee man is near untouchable at the minute. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Ranked 182nd in the world, Liechtenstein may not be the toughest opponents out there. However, he impressed many with his display against 35th ranked Bosnia and Herzegovina and of course was superb in last month’s Old Firm win.

No matter who the opposition, Kamara cruises through and maintains extremely high standards. Rangers have themselves something of a midfield genius.

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