Despite rarely looking threatened, Rangers throw away a 1-0 lead in Switzerland to lose 2-1. Who was your Man of the Match?
|Had minimal work to do but was beaten twice after half-time nevertheless. Perhaps could have done better at the winner. 6|
|The captain hasn't had a good season so far but was impressive at the weekend. Couldn't carry that form through this game and was ultimately to blame for both Young Boys goals. 3|
|Big defender seems to be under fire from some Rangers fans but didn't do much wrong last night. One or two worrying moments in first half but that was due to poor midfield play.7|
|Perhaps a surprise inclusion ahead of Katic, like Goldson, the Swedish centre-back was solid enough and only aimless late header blotted his copybook. 7|
|Another fine performance from the Croatian. Defensively sound and use of the ball was good as well despite Ojo struggling to find space ahead of him. Gersnet's Man of the Match 8|
|Jack was his usual calm and composed self until forced off injured half-way through the second period. Noticeable how we struggled to keep the ball after he went off. 8|
|Was brilliant at the weekend against Aberdeen but seemed to struggle at times last night - especially in opening period. 6|
|Just can't get going at this season. Doesn't look as confident on the ball and seemed to struggle physically at times last night too. Players like King and Docherty will be eyeing up this position. 5|
|Another senior player struggling for form this season and he didn't do enough last night. Also lost his man early in the game which nearly cost a goal. 6|
|Worked hard enough to cover ground but once again his decision-making and final ball were atrocious. Has to do a lot, lot better than this. 4|
|As usual, led the line very well but simply wasn't give enough quality service. Needs more support in and around attacking areas in these games. 8|
|Was excellent against Aberdeen at the weekend and found space well last night too. Unfortunately, struggled to deal with the pace of the game and was often bullied off the ball or crowded out as he struggled to decide what to do in good areas. 5|
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