Joe Aribo was in Rangers' starting eleven today when they welcomed Ross County to the Ibrox Stadium on Sunday evening. The Super Eagles Forward put up an astonishing performance in the match as he guided Rangers to a massive 4-2 victory over their opposition.
Ross County drew first blood in the 6th minute of the match as Joseph Hungbo found the back of the net with a brilliant strike to make the scoreline 1-0. Rangers got the equalizer in the 19th minute of the match as Joe Aribo drove the ball past the Ross County's goalkeeper to make the scoreline 1-1. Ryan Kent also got the scoresheet in the 30th minute of the match to seal a first half 2-1 win for Rangers.
Rangers extended their lead in the second half of the match as Bacuna found the back of the net with a fine effort to make the scoreline 3-1 in favour of his side. Ross County couldn't subdue the pressure coming from Rangers as they conceded an unfortunate own goal in the match which made the scoreline 4-1 in favour of the home side. Jordan White gave Ross County a consolation goal in the closing minutes of the match as he found the back of the net to make the full-time scoreline 4-2 in favour of Rangers.
Joe Aribo was one of the best players for Rangers in today's match as he displayed an amazing performance against Ross County. The 25-year-old scored a goal and also registered an assist in the match for the Scottish team. The Super Eagles Player needs to be more consistent for both his club and country as we hope he brings such quality to the Nigerian National Team in the World Cup Qualifiers.
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