The Lowdown: Another heavy defeat
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team suffered another heavy blow after the 4-0 defeats at the hands of Celtic and Ajax in the Scottish Premiership and UEFA Champions League respectively.
This time, it was at Ibrox, where they lost 3-0 to Napoli in their second Champions League group stage game, and while there were some spirited performances, costly mistakes kept creeping in throughout the match.
James Sands was given two yellow cards in the space of a few minutes early in the second half, giving away a penalty that was actually saved by Allan McGregor, while Borna Barisic also gave away a spot-kick that the veteran goalkeeper could not keep out.
The Latest: Kamara criticised
In the build-up to Napoli’s third goal, Kamara was dispossessed far too cheaply in his own half after dwelling on the ball, and in the end it was so easy for the Serie A side to square it for Tottenham Hotspur loanee Tanguy Ndombele to finish.
Taking to Twitter, Heart & Hand criticised Kamara immediately after the goal went in, calling it a ‘howling error‘ from the central midfielder.
The Verdict: Nice on his mind?
Kamara was strongly linked with a move to French club OGC Nice in the summer transfer window, and perhaps that deal falling through is playing on his mind.
Should Rangers sell Kamara?
When he came on, he did not win any of his individual duels and also made no clearances, interceptions or tackles in the middle of the park, earning by far the lowest match rating on the pitch (SofaScore).
Nonetheless, the Finland international really needs to knuckle down over the next few weeks if he is going to win his starting place back.
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