Bongani Zungu's Rangers played away from home to Livingston and won the match 1-0 in the end.
Bongani Zungu's Rangers played their latest fixture in the Scottish Premiership against Livingston away from home, and managed to win the match 1-0 in the end. Rangers did not have an easy match as Livingston played a very defensive style of play. Livingston held Rangers to a 0-0 first half draw as they matched Rangers form in the half. Rangers luckily made a late break through when Alfredo Morelos scored in the dying minutes of the match to win al three points for Rangers in the end. Livingston only needed to hold their defence for a few minutes longer than they would have earned a point from their latest home fixture.
Rangers opened the scoring late in the second half of the match when Alfredo Morelos scored the opening goal of the match in the 87th minute to lead the match 1-0. South Africa's Bongani Zungu made his appearance very late in the 90+1 minute of the match when he replaced Ryan Kent in a substitution. Rangers luckily played out the last minutes of the match and held onto their lead as they won the match 1-0 in the end.
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