Steven Gerrard left furious as Rangers boss hits out at ‘frustrating’ display from the league leaders after Hamilton rescued a last minute point in a set-back to their title charge
- Boss Steven Gerrard admitted his side should have left Hamilton empty-handed
- Rangers drew 1-1 with Hamilton after they scored in the final kick of the game
- The Rangers boss believes it was their worst display of the 2020-2021 campaign
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard admitted his side should have left Hamilton empty-handed after putting in their worst display of the campaign.
The Ibrox team have been rampant this term on their march towards a first title win in a decade.
But they were abysmal at the Fountain of Youth Stadium on Sunday as they allowed Accies to rescue a 1-1 draw with the last kick of the game.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard admitted his side should have left Hamilton empty-handed
Brian Easton’s own goal gave the Gers a lead they had done little to merit.
But Brian Rice’s basement boys — who had been foiled umpteen times by goalkeeper Allan McGregor — finally found a way through in the fifth minute of stoppage time as Ross Callachan handed his team a precious point.
‘I am disappointed and frustrated at our own performance, I’m frustrated at myself,’ said Gerrard. ‘When you take the lead but concede with the last kick of the game, it’s quite natural to feel like that.
‘But I think when the dust settles, I’ll be quite relieved we’ve taken a point away because I don’t think we deserved anything out of the game.’
Rangers drew 1-1 with Hamilton after Accies scored in the final kick of the game (above)
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