By Emma Sanders

Rangers fans were frustrated on Twitter when Kenny Miller was substituted against Ross County on Sunday afternoon and his side were unable to get a win.

Mark Warburton’s side struggled to breakdown the host’s defence and had to settle for a 1-1 draw and the manager’s decision to bring off Miller was not received well by fans.

Rangers took the lead through Clint Hill after just eight minutes but Ross County equalised less than 20 minutes later when Andrew Davies netted for the home side.

Ross County are bottom of the Scottish Premiership and Rangers had an opportunity to go second in the table, behind rivals Celtic but had to settle for a disappointing draw.

Miller was substituted after just 65 minutes for Barrie McKay but Warburton’s side still could not find an answer to break down County’s defence.

The Scottish international has made 11 league appearances for Rangers this season but has scored just three goals and only one in his last eight games.

He looked understandably frustrated when he walked off the pitch as his and Rangers inconsistent form continues following their latest draw.

The Gers have won just one of their last four games and suffered a semi-final loss against Celtic in the League Cup last month. They now sit in third place in the Premiership, 11 points behind the league leaders.

Here is a selection of messages on Twitter:

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