Rangers emerged from an eventful and exciting Scottish Premiership encounter against Motherwell with a 4-2 win at Fir Park. Motherwell striker Kevin van Veen tapped in after three minutes but Rangers captain James Tavernier levelled midway through the first half with a curling free-kick from 20 yards.
Fashion Sakala headed Rangers in front just after the break before Motherwell substitute Bevis Mugabi equalised in the 59th minute only for Todd Cantwell to restore the Light Blues’ lead with his first Rangers goal since joining from Norwich in January.
Rangers substitute Malik Tillman grabbed the fourth before Motherwell’s Callum Slattery was sent off in the 76th minute for picking up a second yellow card in an exhausting game that took part against a background of protest from both sets of supporters.
The away fans held up banners with the faces of Rangers sporting director Ross Wilson and managing director Stewart Robertson on them, crossed out with a red stripe, saying ‘Time for Change’, a continuation of a theme among a section of the Rangers support.Read more on theguardian.com