Kenny Miller’s two goals earn Rangers fine away day at Hearts

For Rangers, life without Pedro Caixinha but again featuring Kenny Miller saw an immediate upturn in fortunes. Graeme Murty’s credentials to succeed Caixinha, who was sacked on Thursday, haven’t been taken altogether seriously but the caretaker did his career prospects no harm whatsoever by overseeing a comfortable success over Heart of Midlothian. Murty and Rangers are due further credit for the fact they retrieved these three points from the position of a goal behind.

The truth involving Caixinha’s clash was Miller, the subsequent ostracisation of the striker, is still to fully emerge. Murty’s first act was not onto to recall Miller but hand him the captain’s armband for the visit to Murrayfield; as used because Tynecastle Park is still undergoing redevelopment. Miller responded by scoring two and creating a third as Rangers cancelled out a stunning opener from Kyle Lafferty.

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