By Amir Mir
Mark Warburton has described Rangers as being “very sloppy” during their 1-1 draw against Ross County on Sunday afternoon.
The Gers took the lead after eight minutes when Clint Hill headed home a Josh Windass corner, but County levelled the scores 20 minutes later when Andrew Davies nodded home.
Rangers were unable to get a winner as they missed the chance to go second against a team which is sitting bottom of the Scottish Premiership.
This frustrated former Championship manager Warburton who couldn’t understand why his team where unable to find a winning goal.
“We weren’t playing as well as we’d wanted but when you make six counter-attacks you’ve got to take the opportunities,” said Warburton, as quoted by the Scotsman. “You can’t give up rewards like that. It wasn’t a good performance in terms of moving the ball forward and decision-making.
“I just thought we were sloppy. There was too much loose passing. If you’re sloppy other teams will get chances.”
As a result of that draw the Glasgow club are now 11 points behind their Old Firm rivals Celtic in the Scottish Premiership.
The Bhoys have recorded 31 points from 11 fixtures, following their comfortable 3-0 win over Inverness on Saturday as they also have a game in hand against a number of their rivals.
In other Rangers team news, supporters on Twitter backed striker Joe Garner following his performance against Ross County on Sunday.