Antonio Colak scored twice as Rangers thrashed 10-man Hearts 4-0 at Tynecastle on Saturday to move top of the Scottish Premiership.
Rangers opened the scoring after Colak headed in Ryan Kent's cross (6) and nearly doubled their lead 15 minutes later only for Scott Arfield to miss a gilt-edged chance with his left-foot.
Colak was on hand to make amends as Rabbi Matondo's threaded through ball set him up for his second (30), before Hearts had Cameron Devlin sent off for a rash challenge on Matondo.
Substitute Alfredo Morelos and Kent scored second-half goals to wrap up the win for Rangers ahead of Tuesday's Champions League trip to Liverpool and move momentarily one point clear of Celtic, who play Motherwell on Saturday afternoon.
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