Glasgow Rangers kept their Scottish Premiership title hopes alive with a 3-1 win at Motherwell on Saturday.The Ibrox outfit opened the scoring in the 14th minute through opposition goalkeeper Liam Kelly.He bundled the ball into his own net to give Rangers the lead in the day’s early kickoff.Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty ImagesHowever, Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s charges went down to ten men just before the half-hour mark.7 Greatest Premier League Left Wingers of All TimeThe referee showed Leon Balogun a straight red card for a poor challenge on Dean Cornelius.Then, Rangers were pegged back as Ross Tierney headed home an equaliser in the 35th minute.The Gers didn’t need much time to go ahead again after the interval though.Fashion Sakala drove at the Well defence and laid the ball off for Scott Wright to drive home on 47 minutes.Then, Bevis Mugabi brought Sakala down in the box for a Rangers penalty, which James Tavernier converted.Sakala delivered an impressive performance alongside his assist and winning a spot kick.He had one shot on target, made two key passes, completed four dribbles and caused no end of problems for the opposition defence.“Brilliant”BBC Sport pundit and former Rangers ace Neil McCann praised Sakala on Sportsound.After Wright’s goal, McCann said (13:07): “He’s done this before where he shapes and takes an extra touch. “It’s gone through the legs of the defender. It’s a really good finish from Scott Wright. “Fashion Sakala – his purpose, his willingness just to shrug off the challenge. It’s a really good Rangers goal.”And after Rangers’ third, McCann said (13:22): “It’s a brilliant run from Fashion Sakala. “When he drives into the box, I think there was a bump.“But then he had a bit of clear air and Bevis Mugabi makes the challenge. “I thought he won the ball then had another little go at it. Nick Walsh feels it’s a penalty.”Then, the 81st minute, the 25-year-old came close to making it four after a bringing down a Connor Goldson ball.“Fashion Sakala’s touch is sublime,” said McCann (13:41). “It shows you how effective going direct can be.” Have something to tell us about this article?