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Aribo Bags 3rd League Goal, Registers 3rd Assist In Rangers’ Comeback Win

Aribo Bags 3rd League Goal, Registers 3rd Assist In Rangers’ Comeback Win

Joe Aribo scored and provided an assist as Rangers came from a goal down to beat visiting Ross County 4-2, in the Scottish Premiership on Sunday, Completesports.com reports.

Aribo now takes his tally in the league to three after 13 games and also has three assists so far this season.

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Also in action for the Scottish champions were Leon Balogun, who was replaced on 70 minutes, and Calvin Bassey.

The win saw Rangers go four points clear of bitter rivals Celtic, who claimed a 4-2 win against Dundee earlier on Sunday.

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Rangers went behind just five minutes into the game as Joseph Hungbo got on the score sheet.

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But Ross County’s lead was cancelled out by Aribo’s header in 19 minutes before Ryan Kent, scored his first goal of the season with a 25-yard strike to put Rangers 2-1 up.

Four minutes into the second half Rangers went 3-1 ahead thanks to Juninho Bacuna who was set up by Aribo.

On the hour mark, it was goal number four for Rangers following an own-goal by Alex Lacovitti who turned in James Tavernier’s cross.

With two minutes left to play, Ross County made it 4-2 as Jordan White powered his effort past the Rangers keeper.

By James Agberebi

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 7
  • What a wonderful goal.

     
  • Great goal from Aribo…..The EPL awaits you…… your quality is ripe for the EPL and that is where you belong.

     
  • Rohr play Aribo in a MORE advanced role. Dont play him alongside ndidi like a second defensive midfielder. Let him be given the freedom to join the attack more and be more creative. It will pay us well.

     
    • Dr Banks 3 months ago

      Problem is that role belongs to Iwobi for now, except you want Aribo to come in as substitute for Iwobi

       
      • JimmyBall 3 months ago

        @Dr Banks you hungry fool… you no know your mate abi? Ighalo na your father master? Was Ighalo not humiliated at Manchester United… to some of us him belittle himself just to force fame and make history. It backfired…

         
        • JimmyBall 3 months ago

          I am beginning to realise Dr.Drey… Dr Banks… Pompei… Lanre… Ola… and Oakfield are just the same indiviudual on this forum!

           
        • Papafem 3 months ago

          I can’t see anybody mentioning Ighalo on all the comments made above