St Mirren 0 – 4 Rangers

Kemar Roofe scored his first hat-tick for Rangers as they beat St Mirren 4-0 to narrow the gap at the top of the Scottish Premiership back to six points.

The striker took just two minutes to open the scoring in Paisley, heading in from Ryan Kent’s cross.

Roofe made it two before the break then wrapped up his first hat-trick for the Ibrox side early in the second-half.

Joe Aribo came off the bench to score a wonderful strike from 18-yards to complete the victory and maintain the pressure on league leaders Celtic.

St Mirren struggled to threaten Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor and now run the risk of being dragged into a relegation fight with five games of the season remaining.

More to follow.

What’s next?

Rangers look to overturn a 1-0 first-leg deficit when they host Braga in the quarter-finals of the Europa League on Thursday at 8pm, before travelling to Hampden Park on April 17 for the Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic at 2pm.


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