ALLAN McGREGOR: Made one great early save from a header but could do nothing to keep out Braga’s stunning opener or the drilled second - 6

JAMES TAVERNIER: Caught out once or twice with quick switches of play down his wing or when he tried to dawdle on the ball. Barely seen in an attacking sense -5

CONNOR GOLDSON: Never given a moment on the ball as Braga pressed high up the pitch putting the defence immediately under pressure. Great tackle late on to deny the Portuguese a third goal - 6

NIKOLA KATIC: An uncomfortable first half. Took matters into his own hands at one point with a lung-bursting gallop deep into the opposition half to try to get Rangers going - 5

BORNA BARISIC: Returned from injury but given little scope to attack as Braga pushed him on to the back foot. Taken off after being clattered midway through the second half - 6

STEVEN DAVIS: Tried to keep his head in the midst of a midfield maelstrom even if the pace of the game seemed to get away from him at times. Composure vital during Rangers’ fight back - 6

GLEN KAMARA: Error-strewn performance. Sloppy loss of possession led to opening goal and no surprise to see him replaced early in the second half - 5

IANIS HAGI: Rangers’ best performer. Got his reward with a terrific first goal and then the winner with a deflected free kick off the wall. Had always looked the most likely to unlock the Braga defence even before he scored - 8

SCOTT ARFIELD: Failed to put a tackle in to dispossess Fransergio ahead of Braga’s first goal. Typically industrious and grew into the match as Rangers belatedly got a foothold in the contest - 6

ALFREDO MORELOS: Not his night in Europe for once. Put through on goal twice in the first half but couldn’t beat the goalkeeper on either occasion and then missed from close range early in the second. Also booked for dissent - 5

RYAN KENT: Agonisingly close to putting his team in front but couldn’t connect with Morelos’ cross. Given little time on the ball to create chances and too often on the periphery of things - 5


JOE ARIBO (for Kamara 54): Booked not long after coming on, pushed into an auxiliary left-back role, and then scored a stunning Rangers’ equaliser - 7

FLORIAN KAMBERI (for Kent 68): On shortly after Rangers’ first goal to add his presence to the attack. Shot into the side netting after one promising move - 5

GREG STEWART (for Barisic 73): Replaced the stricken Croat for the closing stages as the tide turned in Rangers’ favour - 5