Rangers were not focused against St Johnstone and Steven Gerrard will be “extremely disappointed” with his players.
That is according to former Spurs and England number one Paul Robinson, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the Gers’ exit from the Scottish Cup on Sunday.
The Light Blues missed the chance to add more silverware to their cabinet this season as St Johnstone emerged victorious from a penalty shootout at Ibrox.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the defeat, Gerrard insisted no blame can be attributed to the notion of a hangover from their title celebrations last month.
The Gers have won four of their eight fixtures across all competitions since winning the league title on 7 March.
When asked by Football Insider for his assessment of the shock cup exit to St Johnstone, Robinson said: “I was pretty angry because Rangers ruined my accumulator yesterday!
“It was a game that you just couldn’t see them losing.
“Steven wants to amass trophies at Rangers. The league title was an amazing achievement but it won’t be enough for him. He’s a winner, he wants to leave a legacy.
“Yes, they have won the league at a canter and I am sure they have had a great few weeks celebrating but he would have wanted focus and a performance from his players yesterday but he did not get it. It is an extremely disappointing result for them in all honesty.”