Dundee 0-3 Rangers: Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side into the Scottish Cup semi-finals after goals from Connor Goldson, James Tavernier and Fashion Sakala
- Rangers triumphed over Dundee in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals at Dens Park
- Connor Goldson and captain James Tavernier both found the net in the first half
- Substitute Fashion Sakala wrapped up the victory with three minutes left to play
- The Gers will now compete in the semi-finals for the first time in four years
Goals from Connor Goldson, James Tavernier and Fashion Sakala secured a comfortable 3-0 win for Rangers against Dundee in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
With the game just nine minutes old, Goldson smashed the ball home after Filip Helander’s header from a corner had been miraculously cleared by Lee Ashcroft.
Tavernier was bundled over in the box by Ryan Sweeney 15 minutes later and the Rangers skipper stepped up himself to convert the spot-kick.
With three minutes of the 90 left, substitute Sakala wrapped up the victory with a drilled low shot beyond Harry Sharp.
Full match report to follow.
Connor Goldson broke the deadlock for Rangers as he smashed home after just nine minutes
James Tavernier doubled the lead from the penalty spot after he had been fouled in the box
Substitute Fashion Sakala wrapped up the win with a drilled low shot three minutes from time
Rangers will now compete in the Scottish Cup semi-finals for the first time in four years