Steven Gerrard delighted by 'stunning' Rangers performance in St Johnstone romp

Lewis Collier
September 24, 2018

It would have required the ingestion of certain mushrooms now appearing in the woods for anyone to have imagined that, with October looming, Hearts would top the Scottish Premiership with a ideal record, with Livingston third - separated from Celtic by a single goal - and that Steven Gerrard's Rangers would be next in line, seven points behind the leaders.

Ferguson wrote in The Daily Record while referring to Rangers' draw with Villarreal in the Europa League on Thursday evening: "I like Lassana Coulibaly, Andy Halliday and Scott Arfield but they aren't players who will dictate play or set the tempo".

And Gerrard said after the game that his side had to be "ready to pounce when teams around us drop points".

"It's important that we take the second-half performance from Thursday night into the league because when we came back from the worldwide break my priority was the league games".

"St Johnstone go away today, and I will be interested to hear what their manager says and what their players think of today", Gerrard told Rangers TV. We certainly deserved to win by a big margin and we got that.

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"I thought against Dundee there were times where we came off the gas, we did today a little bit at the end but I think that's extra-critical".

"Today in patches was some of the best football I have seen from us".

"When we move the ball quick in tight areas and move it from one side of the pitch to the other, when we do it right we look a very risky side going forward".

Gerrard has been clear about his desire to make Ibrox a fortress that teams fear visiting, with the Gers boss stressing the psychological effect as he looks to cause opposing sides to be virtually beaten before they take to the pitch.

"They're our tactics - we want them to open up and express themselves, and we'll protect them".

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