Rangers started brightly and opened the scoring via an own goal from Motherwell keeper Liam Kelly, cruelly denying Scott Wright the opener.
The game was changed massively when Leon Balogun was sent off following a clumsy challenge and the momentum briefly swung in the home side’s favour as Glen Kamara lost the ball when he should have made a simple clearance which gave the Steelmen an opportunity to score, which Graham Alexander’s side duly took.
The Ibrox side came out after the break determined to prolong the title race and goals from Wright and James Tavernier gave the away side a win that looked unlikely after 45 minutes.
The majority of Gers players got pass marks, but Kamara was poor yet again under Giovanni van Bronckhorst.
The midfielder lost possession eight times during the tie, with one such occasion allowing Motherwell to score, and he looked like a passenger during his 68-minute spell.
In possession, Kamara only had 46 touches, made one long pass, and failed to complete any dribbles, showing his somewhat conservative nature.
With only one tackle and one interception, he was miles off it from a defensive point of view and the 26-year-old would have been expected to take up added responsibility following Balogun’s dismissal – with his returns seeing him earn a disappointing SofaScore match rating of 6.6.
It was a slack performance from Kamara, with many believing that this could be his last season at the Ibrox side.
The club signed him in January 2019 for a measly fee of £45k from Dundee and has been a key member of the squad which won the league title last season.
This campaign has been markedly different, however, and with former boss Steven Gerrard linked with the midfielder, it may be time for Rangers to cut ties in the summer.