Super Eagles midfielder Joe Aribo earned a good rating for his display in Rangers’ 2-1 comeback win against Hibernian at Ibrox, in Wednesday’s Scottish Premier League game, Completesports.com reports.
The game was Aribo’s 22nd league appearance for Rangers this season, as he put up an impressive display to keep his side in the title race with Celtic.
And according to Scottish publication, Glasgow Times, Aribo was rated six out of 10 and was one of three players to earn the rating.
And commenting on Aribo’s performance Glasgow Times wrote: “Dropped into a deeper position than usual in the absence of Glen Kamara to accommodate Hagi. But he still caused the Hibernian defence concern with his forward runs. Moved forward in the second half and had an attempt on goal blocked by Paul McGinn and hooked a shot over. Made way for Greg Stewart in the 70th minute.”
The win against Hibernian saw Rangers remain in the second position on 60 points, seven points behind leaders Celtic with a game in hand.
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