By Emma Sanders
Mark Warburton blasted his side’s inability to score more goals against Ross County during their 1-1 draw at Victoria Park on Sunday afternoon.
Rangers slipped into third position in the Premiership table and are now 11 points off league leaders Celtic after their draw against Ross County.
The Gers had plenty of opportunities to take the lead but a number of missed opportunities in front of goal meant Rangers were unable to breakdown the bottom of the table side.
“That was nowhere near as good as last week,” said Warburton as reported by the Daily Record.
“Our level of performance wasn’t what it needed to be. But despite that we had enough chances in the first half to be out of sight and we need to be more clinical, it’s got to hurt to miss, and today we weren’t clinical enough.”
It was Rangers’ fifth draw this season and they have struggled to remain consistent – suffering a humiliating 5-1 defeat against Celtic in September and a 2-1 loss against Aberdeen over four weeks ago.
So far this season, the Ibrox side have netted 16 goals and that’s 18 less than Celtic who have scored 34 throughout the Scottish Premiership campaign.