Rangers manager Graeme Murty needed only to show his players ten seconds of video footage following the defeat to Hibernian at the weekend to emphasise where the match went wrong, according to a report.
The Scottish Sun revealed that the Gers boss highlighted just the brief spell of time following Sean Goss’ 73rd-minute leveller to depict where the game was lost.
Only two minutes after Goss’ equaliser the Light Blues gave away a penalty that Jamie Maclaren converted, condemning the side to their seventh defeat of the season in the Scottish Premier League.
Murty showed Josh Windass attacking out of position after the restart, Greg Docherty and James Tavernier on the wrong side of Scott Alan, and then Tavernier’s rash challenge on Allan before switching off the tape.
“We worked incredibly hard to get back into the game and took the game to Hibs very well in the second period.
“But we made four mistakes in a row in the space of ten seconds and that cost us at least a point'” said the boss in The Scottish Sun.
Of the seven defeats the Gers have now suffered, five of those have been at home in the SPL.
In fact, the Glasgow club’s home form is such a concern that new signing Jamie Murphy urged the team to make Ibrox a fortress against visiting sides.
Rangers now have a chance to put the defeat to bed and get back to winning ways on Tuesday night as they play Partick Thistle in the league.
It is a must-win game for Murty, who an expert believes, will guide the club to mid-table mediocrity.
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