RANGERS defeated Peterhead in the Petrofac Cup final at Hampden yesterday and we’ve pulled together these stats from the game here.
1 – Rangers won the Petrofac Cup, or the Challenge Cup for the first time ever in its 144 year history yesterday. In doing so, the club became the first in the history of Scottish football to have won every possible honour in the country. As it stands, Lee Wallace is in line to win the full set of honours too, requiring now only the League Cup and Premiership title to complete the full set.
23 – Whilst the Gers continued showing their prowess up front by scoring four goals at the national stadium yesterday, the defence were back on form too securing their twenty-third clean sheet of the season following y games conceding y goals.
18 – On-form striker Kenny Miller grabbed his eighteenth goal of the season in the game against Peterhead at Hampden yesterday. It was also his cross that opened the scoring after Ally Gilchrist deflected it beyond former Gers goalkeeper Graeme Smith. Miller has scored eleven goals with his right foot, four with his left, three with his head, with seventeen from inside the box and one from outside.
17 – Rangers scored seventeen goals on the road to securing the Petrofac Cup. The Gers played at home two times, scoring eight goals and played away from home two times scoring five before scoring four at the neutral venue of Hampden Stadium in the final.