Rangers missed the chance to go into second place in the Scottish Premiership when they could only manage a 1-1 draw with Aberdeen at Pittodrie on Tuesday night.
The Gers fell behind to Kenny McLean’s 12th-minute penalty after the midfielder was seemingly fouled by Alfredo Morelos although replays showed the Colombian won the ball first and referee Steven McLean got the decision wrong.
The Light Blues continued to push forward looking for a goal and finally got onto level terms after 62 minutes when Ross McCrorie headed the ball home to give the Gers hope of a win.
Jimmy Nicholl’s side had a number of chances to take the lead but couldn’t find a way past Aberdeen keeper Joe Lewis.
The result leaves the Gers a point behind Derek McInnes’ side going into the final day of the season where the Dons will face Celtic and Rangers travel to Easter Road to take on Hibs.
With incoming manager Steven Gerrard sure to have been watching the clash with the Dons, it was another opportunity missed for the Gers players to put in a stellar performance and stand out before the Liverpool legend takes the reins on June 1st.
The Gers now only have 90 minutes to secure second in the league and, potentially, their won Ibrox futures under Gerrard.
Here, Football Insider looks at three things we learned from the Gers 1-1 draw with Aberdeen.
Click ‘reveal’ below to see what Rangers clearly lacked against Aberdeen