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  1. Ngog tucks in penalty after 'soft' Martin handball
  2. Cummings scores first Rangers goal with aid of deflection
  3. County want penalty as Draper header hits Bates' arm
  4. Docherty on for Rangers debut in second half
  5. McCarey saves well to deny Windass
  6. Morelos & Murphy go close as Rangers dominate
  7. Candeias shot squirms through hands of McCarey

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    So, Rangers nudge ahead of Aberdeen in second place on goal difference, following this afternoon's victory in Dingwall.

    For Ross County, they remain six points adrift at the foot of the Premiership and without a league win in 11.

    We'll have highlights of all yesterday's games on our website from 18:00 - including THAT Scott McKenna goal at Pittodrie, plus highlights from Dingwall later.

    Thanks for your company, enjoy the rest of your weekend.

  2. 'We need to be more clinical' - Murty

    FT: Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    Rangers manager Graeme Murty on Rangers TV: "In the first half we should've been out of sight. Some of our movement, passing and the way we opened them up at times was really good. We need to be more clinical."

    Rangers boss Graeme Murty
    Image caption: Graeme Murty wants Rangers to be more ruthless in front of goal
  3. Bottom six of the Premiership

    FT: Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    Bottom six of the Premiership
  4. 'We should've had a penalty' - Coyle

    FT: Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    Ross County boss Owen Coyle: "Rangers were better than us in the first half. That being said, we can't make the individual errors we had.

    "We've got a good group of lads, Aaron McCarey is a very good goalkeeper and he'll be hurting because it's one he should've saved.

    "Some of it is self-inflicted through careless passing of our own but second half, for me, I thought we were the better team.

    "We should've had a penalty when it was 1-0 - and you know instantly when four or five of your players appeal straight away, you know it's a penalty.

    "I felt it clearly hit his {David Bates'] hand and it wasn't given."

    Ross County boss Owen Coyle
    Image caption: Owen Coyle says Ross County should've had a penalty at 1-0
  5. Premiership top six

    FT: Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    Scottish Premiership top six
  6. Building momentum...

    FT: Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    Jason Cummings celebrates his goal in the victory over Ross County
  7. County need to improve

    FT: Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    Billy Dodds

    BBC Scotland summariser

    I can only see one way for Ross County now and it's a shame. If they play like they did in the first half then it's done; it's over.

    Second half, something to take out it but make sure you continue that performance on.

  8. County's winless run...

    FT: Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    Ross County concede v Rangers
  9. A Tale of Two Penalties

    FT: Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    Tom English

    Chief sports writer, BBC Scotland

    The David Bates [penalty decision] is a contentious one for sure. But the second one, the penalty that was actually given, was an utterly ludicrous decision.

    I don't know how that could be given as a penalty. It's just not a penalty. But the Bates one, Owen Coyle will make it big.

    I would like to see it again and whether Bates' arm moves towards the ball. It's a talking point...

    The second one isn't a debate - the referee got that wrong, completely.

  10. Cummings the hour...

    FT: Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    That's four games without defeat for Rangers, who move into second place, ahead of Aberdeen on goal difference.

    For County, they followed a forgettable first half with a more spirited second 45 but it's now 11 league games without a victory - six points adrift at the foot of the table.

    Rangers striker Jason Cummings
    Image caption: Jason Cummings scored Rangers' second goal in their win in Dingwall
  11. FULL-TIME Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    Stats from the Global Energy Stadium
  12. Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    County need to get the ball forward, and quickly, if they want to find an equaliser. Man mountain Harry Souttar sends a long ball into the Rangers penalty area; cleared by the visitors.


    Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    Four minutes of added time in Dingwall.

  14. GOAL Ross County 1-2 Rangers

    David N'Gog

    Hang on. County are back in this as David N'Gog is coolness personified as he sends Wes Foderingham the wrong way form the spot.


    David N'Gog fires a shot at goal, blocked by Russell Martin, who is about half a yard away and turning his back. Steven McLean points to the spot.

  16. 'Game over'

    Ross County 0-2 Rangers

    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport Scotland at the Global Energy Stadium

    Dozens of Rangers fans spill onto the pitch to celebrate that Jason Cummings goal. Great finish and game over.

  17. GOAL Ross County 0-2 Rangers

    Jason Cummings

    That should be that. Rangers double their lead as Ross Draper coughs up possession, allowing the visitors to launch a lightning counter attack. Jason Cummings steadies himself, fires a shot that takes a slight deflection before finding the bottom corner.

    Victory and three points should be heading back down the A9.

  18. Ringing the changes

    Ross County 0-1 Rangers

    Jason Cummings is on for Alfredo Morelos; Alex Schalk is on for Davis Keillor-Dunn.

    Can we expect an y more goals as we approach the 80-minute mark?

  19. 'There's no way he could've called that' - Dodds

    Ross County 0-1 Rangers

    Billy Dodds

    BBC Scotland summariser

    Quote Message: The one thing I would say is that Steven McLean couldn't have seen that [on the penalty appeal]. There's no way he could've called it. He's gone for the easy way out and awarded the corner kick. Certainly, Ross County are remonstrating.
  20. Docherty on for Rangers bow

    Ross County 0-1 Rangers

    Rangers fans get their first sight of new signing Greg Docherty, who is on to beef up the midfield in place of Sean Goss.