Sky Sports pundit Kris Commons has heavily criticised Rangers for their first-half performance against Aberdeen, in a game which ended in a 1-1 draw.
Commons, appearing on Sky Sports Football on Tuesday night, savaged the Gers who after a bright start fell out of the game after conceding a penalty which was converted by Kenny McLean.
The Gers then launched into a series of poor challenges, which didn’t impress the former Celtic striker one bit.
“There’s frustration, they are angry, they don’t look as if they’ve got a plan B. There’s a lack of composure, they are all over the place,” he said.
The Gers did improve in the second-half and got a point thanks to a Ross McCrorie header.
Football Insider verdict
The Gers did improve in the second-half and were well-worthy of their point, but Commons was correct to savage the first-half performance, which has to go done as one of the worst of the season from the Gers. They completely lose all their discipline after conceding what looked a very soft penalty. But credit has to go to Gers caretaker manager Jimmy Nicholl, who managed to knock his team’s heads together at half-time and get the Light Blues to turn in a much improved performance in the second-half. Nicholl will know that if the Gers are to finish runners-up in the Scottish Premiership table, they will need to turn in a far better performance against Neil Lennon’s Hibernian on Sunday, as Hibernian are still in the hunt to be runners-up, and Lennon will be desperate to get one over on the team who he has enjoyed many memorable battles against in the past.
In other Rangers news, fans were unhappy with the team chosen to play Aberdeen