It was the Glen Kamara show once again as Rangers came out on top against Hibernian with a 1-0 victory against Hibernian on Boxing Day.
The Finnish midfielder was excellent in the middle of the park for Rangers and he more than played in his part in a valuable victory for the Gers.
Rangers went in front late in the first half, thanks to a well-taken goal from Ianis Hagi, in what was an otherwise frustrating opening 45 minutes.
Conditions were more than challenging to say the least, with the visitors defending deep and trying to catch the hosts out on the break.
Kamara, who linked up brilliantly with Joe Aribo going forward, was the man to drive Rangers into the final third.
As per WhoScored, he completed three key passes against Hibernian – nobody else on the pitch registered more during the 1-0 victory.
Kamara also boasted a 94% pass accuracy against Jack Ross’ side, a figure better than any of his team-mates on the day.
As per WhoScored, the midfielder misplaced just four of his 67 passes.
The impressive display comes just days after Kamara wowed Gerrard with his performance against St Johnstone before Christmas.
Rangers boss Gerrard labelled him as a ‘fabulous’ following their 3-0 win against the Saints and he will no doubt be even more delighted with the impact he had against Hibernian, despite not scoring.
It was Hagi who found himself on the scoresheet and grabbing the headlines, but without Kamara’s impact in the middle of the park – it may not have looked so convincing for the league leaders.
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