Leon Balogun is delighted with Glasgow Rangers comeback win against Ross County in Scottish Premier League encounter.
The Gers secured a 4-2 victory over their visitors at Ibrox, despite going behind in the game.
Balogun saw action for 71 minutes, before he was replaced by Nathan Patterson after picking up a yellow card.
The comeback win means the Steven Gerrard’s men will go into the November’s International break with a four points lead on top league standing.
Reflecting on the result, Balogun said he’s happy with the team’s performance, especially going into the break with a big lead.
“Very important 3 points before the international break and a big comeback to celebrate” He said.
The champions have 30 points from 11 matches, four points better than fierce rivals Celtic who are second on log.
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