Bongani Zungu's Rangers reclaim 23 point lead after 1-0 win.(Opinion)
By Firedadj | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 154 views
Rangers reclaimed their 23 point lead in top of the Scottish Premiership table after latest 1-0 win.
Rangers played their latest home fixture in the Scottish Premiership against St. Johnstone and managed to get away with a one goal win as they defeated the visitors 1-0. After Rangers won the match 1-0 they reclaimed their 23 point lead in top as Celtic's latest 4-0 win reduced the lead to 20 points, but Rangers has managed to pick up yet another three points to extend the gap to the way it was before Celtic won. Rangers only needed one goal to win the match and all thanks to Ianis Hagi and Ryan Jack for the win.
Ianis Hagi scored the winning goal in the second half of the match after a goalless first half draw. Ryan Jack assisted the goal as Rangers won 1-0 in the end. Ianis Hagi found the back of the net in the 52nd minute of the match. South Africa's Bongani Zungu were on the substitution list but watched the entire match from the sidelines as he got no playtime this time for Rangers.
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