Rangers players Ryan Kent and Steven Davis have been named in the latest SPFL TOTW but were beaten to the Star Man accolade by Ross McCrorie.

The Gers overcame injury problems to crush Dundee United 4-0 at Ibrox at the weekend, continuing their strong start to the season.

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Ryan Kent prepares to fire past Dundee United keeper Benjamin Siegrist. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Kent was the man who got the scoring underway in the 13th minute, showing wonderful footwork to bamboozle a defender before firing into the bottom left corner.

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The winger now has four goals in seven 2020/21 Premiership appearances and caused problems for the visitors throughout the match.

Steven Davis hasn’t quite shone as consistently as the ex-Liverpool man, but he delivered a masterclass in midfield against the Terrors.

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Steven Davis was outstanding for Rangers and earned a spot in the SPFL TOTW. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Fresh off the back of equalling the Northern Ireland caps record, the 35-year-old enjoyed his best outing of the season, winning the ball back on countless occasions and using his full range of passing to initiate attack after attack.


Both Gers were well worth their spots in the latest edition of the SPFL TOTW but they didn’t quite do enough to be given the Star Man accolade.

That went to Ross McCrorie.


The 22-year-old – who Steven Gerrard allowed to join Aberdeen last month in an initial loan deal which will become permanent in the summer – scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win over Kilmarnock at Pittodrie.

McCrorie swept a fine left-footed finish into the bottom right corner in the 16th minute, before standing out in general play with an aggressive showing in the middle of the park.

Former Rangers player, David Templeton, also earned a spot in the side after scoring and notching an assist for Hamilton Accies in their 2-1 comeback win away at Livingston.

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