Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has sung the praises of his charges who put on an impressive 8-0 riot over Hamilton Academical at the weekend.
The Gers registered eight goals in the Scottish Premiership for the first time since 1981 (a whopping 39 years ago) and Hamilton had no chance to get a consolation goal in.
“It was a very impressive performance, a strong win and another clean sheet,” Gerrard said as quoted by Football365.
“The thing that pleased me the most was the standards that we maintained from start to finish.
“I have been on to these players, probably on to them too much, about keeping standards no matter what stage the game is at.
"It pleased me at half-time that we carried on looking to score goals and win even more emphatically.
“It has been coming, we have threatened to do that. But the pleasing thing today was that we were very clinical.
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"We suffocated Hamilton from start to finish, we stayed on them and never took our foot off the gas and you could see the quality throughout the squad.
“Look, we are not at the stage yet where we can play with ego in any game or at any stage. We are trying to become a winning team, a successful team.
"We are in no position to disrespect any opponent or any team. It is about Rangers trying to be as strong for as long as we can and be as consistent as we can.”