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Rangers: Fans slate team’s performance despite return to winning ways against Livingston

Rangers: Fans slate team’s performance despite return to winning ways against Livingston - Rangers

Rangers returned to winning ways on Sunday as Scott Arfield’s 59th-minute goal was enough to give them all three points at home to Livingston, as per @RangersFC on Twitter. Despite seeing their team claim victory, though, many ‘Gers fans were far from happy with what Steven Gerrard’s side produced.

The Light Blues came into the match, which was rearranged after being postponed due to a waterlogged Ibrox pitch on Saturday, off the back of a defeat at Kilmarnock and trailed league leaders Celtic by 13 points at kick-off, with the Hoops beating Aberdeen earlier in the day. Rangers found visiting goalkeeper Ryan Schofield a tough nut to crack before Arfield eventually found a route to goal on the verge of the hour mark, not long after Allan McGregor was forced into a fine reaction save to deny Aymen Souda at the other end. [via BBC]

Livingston pushed hard for an equaliser in the closing stages, with Lyndon Dykes thumping a volley off the post, and the ‘Gers ultimately fell over the line despite having two late goals disallowed for offside (as per BBC). These Rangers fans on Twitter seemed more annoyed with the performance level from their team rather than pleased with the result, with one supporter calling for Gerrard’s departure:

Rangers fans, do you think the result against Livingston papered over a lot of cracks performance-wise? Share your views in the comments section below!


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