Philippe Clement Has Noted What He Saw From the Ibrox Fans Against Hibernian

Rangers manager Philippe Clement, who recently took the reins at Ibrox, expressed his delight with the support from the fans during the team’s clash against Hibernian in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday. The match turned out to be a resounding success for Rangers, winning 4-0, and Clement had much to say about the performance.

In his debut match in charge of the club, Philippe Clement oversaw a dominant performance by Rangers as they faced Hibernian at Ibrox. The 4-0 victory showcased the Gers’ prowess, and several players stood out, notably Abdallah Sima, who netted two goals, and goals from Nicolas Raskin and Cyriel Dessers.

Throughout the 90 minutes, Rangers demonstrated their superiority, leaving no room for doubt. They maintained 53% of the possession and attempted a total of 23 shots, with eight of them accurately finding the target. As a result, four of these shots made their way into the back of the net.

Speaking after the game, Philippe Clement lauded the harmony between the players and the fans, a pivotal element in Rangers’ success. He mentioned in an interview with BBC Sportsound, “I’m most happy that I saw synergy between players and the fans from the first minute. That is one of the biggest strengths of this club, one that we need to have to win trophies.”

Clement’s emphasis on the connection between the fans and the team highlights the integral role of fan support in the success of a football club, and it appears that Rangers are well on their way to achieving their goals with this unity in place.