Graham Dorrans Urges Danilo to Improve Finishing After Rangers’ Dominant Victory

Graham Dorrans offered his insights into Danilo’s performance and pinpointed the need for improvement in his finishing skills. Dorrans suggested that the Rangers striker could have netted “five or six” goals against Dundee, despite their resounding 5-0 victory.

The Rangers, under the guidance of manager Philippe Clement, maintained their unbeaten streak with an impressive win over Dundee. During the match, Brazilian forward Danilo contributed significantly by scoring his second goal in as many Scottish Premiership matches after returning to the starting lineup following a previous injury.

Dorrans, while appreciating Danilo’s overall performance, emphasized the importance of enhancing his clinical finishing abilities. Speaking on The Go Radio Football Show, Dorrans commented on Danilo’s performance, stating, “He was very good, I thought his performance was very good. Held the ball up well, he’s got that pace, looks very comfortable on the ball, and his technique looks good.”

Dorrans further elaborated on the room for improvement in Danilo’s game, saying, “The only one thing I probably would say missing from his game is that he probably could have had five or six goals last night, a few chances, one in the six-yard box that he should have scored with but he never. But he managed to get on the scoresheet, so hopefully that will build his confidence as well.”

Dorrans’ insights shed light on the potential for Danilo to become an even more formidable force on the field with further development in his finishing abilities. As he continues to recover from his injury and gain match fitness, Rangers fans can look forward to the striker’s progress and contributions in the upcoming matches.