Nigeria duo Leon Balogun and Joe Aribo helped Rangers settle for a 1-1 draw against Motherwell in Sunday’s Premiership encounter.
Balogun turned in a solid defensive shift on his 15th appearance in the Scottish top-flight while Aribo joined Glen Kamara and Steven Davis to pull the strings in the middle of the park.
Devante Cole’s opener in the 21st minute put Rangers behind at Fir Park but second-half substitute Cedric Itten ensured the Gers went back to Glasgow with at least a point which kept their 24-game unbeaten league run intact.
Cedric Itten rescued a draw for Scottish Premiership leaders Rangers against resolute Motherwell to restore their 21-point lead over Celtic.
The substitute headed in Borna Barisic’s cross and scored against Well for the fourth time this season.
Devante Cole had put the hosts ahead in the first half from Tony Watt’s cross.
Itten’s leveller prevented Motherwell becoming the first side to beat Rangers in the league this term, with the hosts moving off bottom spot.
Cole also temporarily kept his team in front by clearing Connor Goldson’s header off the line.