Rangers made to fight

  • Last Updated: August 30 2014, 20:15 BST

A review of the pick of the action in the Scottish Championship as Rangers twice came from behind to beat Queen of the South.

Rangers defender Bilel Mohsni celebrates his goal
Rangers defender Bilel Mohsni celebrates his goal

Marius Zaliukas and Bilel Mohsni made up for a shaky defensive display by netting goals that helped Rangers twice come from behind to beat Queen of the South 4-2 at Ibrox.

Zaliukas cancelled out Gavin Reilly's opener when he headed home but his mistake allowed Queens to regain the lead through Iain Russell.

David Templeton finished brilliantly to level the scores within a minute of coming on as a half-time substitute and Mohsni headed Rangers in front in the 64th minute.

And Kenny Miller made sure of Rangers' third Scottish Championship victory four minutes from time when he notched the first goal of his third spell at Ibrox as he made his comeback from a hamstring injury.

Billy King’s double helped Hearts to a 4-1 win over Falkirk as the Jambos made it four wins from four games to consolidate their position at the top of the Scottish Championship.

Jordan McGhee and Osman Sow were also on target in the home win which featured a minute’s applause before the game for 14-year-old supporter Robbie McDonald who passed away this week.

Prince Buaben saw red late on for a reckless challenge before Falkirk netted a late consolation through towering striker Botti Bia Bi.

A late goal from Alloa's Iain Flannigan secured a 2-1 home win against struggling Hibernian in the Scottish Championship.

Midfielder Jason Cummings headed the visitors in front when he met a Sam Stanton corner at the back post.

Liam Buchanan drew Allow level when he smashed into the roof of the net after an initial good save from Hibs goalkeeper Mark Oxley.

The visitors came close to making it two after defender Jordon Forster's volley just sailed over the bar.

However Flannigan ensured all three points for Alloa when he curled in an 84th minute free-kick into the top corner.