Livingston 0-3 Rangers: Steven Gerrard’s men remain on course to break 100 points barrier and remain unbeaten throughout league season after James Tavernier, Ryan Kent and Ianis Hagi seal simple victory
- Rangers remain on course to go the whole league season unbeaten in Scotland
- James Tavernier opened the scoring from the spot at the Toni Macaroni Stadium
- Ryan Kent and Ianis Hagi both netted after the break to make sure of the points
Rangers remain on course to break the 100-point barrier and go the while domestic league season unbeaten in Scotland after a comfortable win over Livingston.
James Tavernier opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the first half, before Ryan Kent doubled Steven Gerrard’s side’s advantage just after the break.
Ianis Hagi completed the scoring with just under 10 minutes remaining as the champions moved on to 99 points.
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James Tavernier grabs the opening goal of the game from the spot against Livingston
The full-back celebratess giving his side the lead at the Toni Macaroni Stadium on Wednesday
Ryan Kent grabbed a second goal for the visitors just after the break to strengthen their lead
A large group of fans gathered on the hill outside the ground to watch the game in Livingston