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As James Tavernier equalled John Greig’s record of 120 goals for Rangers from defence, we take a look back at the right back’s Light Blues career in pictures so far.


James Tavernier opens his Rangers account with a free kick against Hibs in the Petrofac Training Cup in July 2015.


The right back celebrates with Barrie McKay and Harry Forrester after a goal against Motherwell in 2016.


Tavernier celebrates during Hibs 5-5 Rangers, an all-time Scottish Premiership classic on the final day of the 2017/18 season.


The Rangers skipper opens the scoring against Celtic at Ibrox in a 2-0 win.


Tavernier wheels away after scoring a penalty against Rapid Vienna in a 3-1 group stage win.


A rare headed goal makes it 2-0 during a Europa League qualifier against Galatasaray in 2020.


Tavernier scores a stunning free-kick to make it 1-0 against Dundee United on the road to Rangers’ 55th title success.


Tavernier scores an equaliser against Borussia Dortmund at Ibrox as Rangers went on a run to the Europa League Final in 2022.


Tavernier with trademark dead ball strike in a loss at Celtic Park; a season that would ultimately end in city rivals Celtic winning a domestic treble.


The captain proves to be the match winner as he nets the only goal to secure the Viaplay Cup in a 1-0 Final win over Aberdeen.


Tavernier’s penalty makes it 3-0 from the spot against St Johnstone, his 120th goal for the club which equalled John Greig’s scoring record for a defender.