Rangers have a talisman in James Tavernier, who isn’t just the club’s top scorer this season, but also leading the league in goals and assist (11-8).
But for all the magic that the Rangers captain brings, Leon Balogun is the sparkle for Steven Gerrard’s men.
Balogun joined the Gers in the Summer after a lonesome spell with English premier league side Brighton and the 32 year-old seem to have found his mojo and it’s rubbing off the team’s good form.
Rangers are unbeaten in the new SPL season; 15 wins and 2 draws, with a run of 9 consecutive wins.
For the Nigerian center-half, it has been a bliss this term, as he has made 15 appearances in all competition a total of 1150 minutes.
The defender played the entire duration of Sunday’s 2-1 road win over Dundee United, his 10th game and 10th win with the club.
In all 10 league games Balogun helped his side shut out the opposition 8 times.
The Nigeria international had a decent outing against Dundee United. He made 2 interceptions, 3 clearances, 1 block and won 4 aerial balls.
— Leon Balogun (@LeonBalogun) December 14, 2020
Next for Steven Gerrard’s side is a League Cup fixture against St. Mirren.
Balogun has not featured in the cup this season as Gerrard favors game load management in the case of the 32 year-old.
However, he could be back in action when Rangers host Motherwell later this month.