By Dominic Toner
Rangers suffered a cruel 2-1 defeat to Aberdeen on Sunday – and the club’s fans voiced their frustration on Twitter.
James Maddison netted a 90th minute free-kick to earn three points for the hosts and condemn Rangers to their second defeat in the league this season.
Andy Halliday’s penalty had levelled the match at 1-1 after Jonny Hayes put Aberdeen in front at the beginning of the second-half.
Mark Warburton made four changes from the side that beat Queen of the South 5-0 in the mid-week League Cup clash but failed to replicate the form in the league.
Rangers are now without a win in their last four league games and are seven points adrift of leaders Celtic, having played a game more.
The club’s supporters expressed their anger on Twitter following the defeat to Aberdeen.
Shocking by rangers again I'm sorry I've said nothing so far but we have no creativity and players are missing half chances by a mile
— Robert sheach (@Robertsheach1) September 25, 2016
At what point do we question our managers coaching abilities? He is failing in our means of defending. Basic errors r costing us. #Rangers
— Highland Navigator (@MijBmal) September 25, 2016
Dont think sacking warburton is the answer. We always knew it was gona be a hard fight this year. We will get the wins evetually #Rangers
— ♥LeeAnn♥ (@LeeAnnDrfc1989) September 25, 2016
Disappointed but can't fault what Rangers put in, do think we have to change a game up but it's just not the managers way 🇬🇧
— John Robertson (@johnrobert1872) September 25, 2016
— Gary (@gbc123) September 25, 2016
@RangersFC not good enough
— Shaun Barrett (@ShaunBarrett92) September 25, 2016
@RangersFC You are losing too many 'big games' Mark. Hibs, Falkirk, Them, Sheep. Not good enough and the same old excuses are tiresome.
— DetectiveVanVossen (@InspectorRadget) September 25, 2016
Warburton will be under pressure to deliver a result in the club’s next match against Patrick Thistle in the Scottish Premiership.
The Ibrox outfit earned promotion to the top-flight last season after cruising to the Championship title.
Rangers’ return has been a difficult one and they have only won games against Dundee and Motherwell so far.
The club’s League Cup form has been impressive though and they have been handed a semi-final tie against Celtic.
In other Rangers team news, the club’s supporters reacted on Twitter to Kenny Miller’s performance against Aberdeen.