Murty got major decisions wrong: Three things learned about Rangers in loss v Hibernian
Rangers’ 100 per cent start to 2018 came crashing to a halt on Saturday as the Gers fell to a second home defeat by Hibernian this season when they lost 2-1 to Neil Lennon’s side on Saturday.
The Gers fell behind to Jon McGinn’s first-half strike before Sean Goss’ fantastic free-kick levelled the scores.
Within minutes of Goss scoring his first goal for the Ibrox giants, James Tavernier inexplicably pushed Scott Allan and conceded a penalty which sent all three points along the M8 with Neil Lennon’s side.
Despite the scoreline, the Gers probably should have taken at least a draw and dominated for long spells in the second-half as they tried to get back into the game.
The result now leaves the Light Blues six points behind second-placed Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership with a game in hand on the Dons – Tuesday night’s clash with Partick Thistle.
Here, Football Insider look at three things we learned as the Gers fell to a 2-1 defeat by Hibs
Click ‘reveal’ below to see where Rangers went wrong against Hibs