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Sport Steven Gerrard slams Rangers defensive blunders as he backs Paul Hanlon red card call

18:35  20 september  2020
18:35  20 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Rangers had seven clean sheets in a row in the league prior to the game at Easter Road but were poor defensively to concede twice against Hibs.

All four defenders could have done better at the goals, with Borna Barisic and Connor Goldson particularly at fault.

Barisic allowed Martin Boyle too much time to create the opener while Goldson failed to clear his lines in the second half before Christian Doidge equalised.

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But Gerrard insists that his side did enough to win the game with missed chances from Alfredo Morelos, Scott Arfield and Ryan Kent.

Alex Curran et al. sitting on a bench © SNS Group

He told Sky Sports: "We see it as two points dropped. We know it’s a difficult place to come. Hibs played well and I think going forward we created enough to win the game. The keeper has made a fantastic save, Scott’s had a fantastic chance, we’ve had a free header in the six yard box. Going forward I liked a lot about our play.

"To concede two goals in the manner we did is extremely frustrating, especially after the praise and how well we’ve done in the previous games so we go home frustrated.

"I’m sure Jack (Ross) will be pleased with the goalscorers and how their goals came about but from our point of view we need to defend them situations better - especially the second one.

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"The first one is a diagonal ball and we need to go and win the header, then we need to get to the man quicker and take him onto his weaker foot.

  Steven Gerrard slams Rangers defensive blunders as he backs Paul Hanlon red card call © SNS Group

"The second one is a poor header, again we need to be better with the first header. Connor (Goldson) needs to clear his lines and when it comes to Tav (James Tavernier) , we need to show (Martin) Boyle - who we know is a big threat - down onto his weak side. We don’t, we show him onto his strong side and he puts a really good ball in to give Fil (Helander) no chance against (Christian) Doidge.

"I'm disappointed in the manner we’ve conceded the two goals but we still feel over course of the game we created enough to win the game.

"You always have to react, win lose or draw and learn and grow and look at where we went wrong. We’ll debrief it, we need to look at why we lost those two goals today, we’ll speak to individuals and speak to the group and debrief it.

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"It’s no time to get overly frustrated or react too much. We’ve got a big game on Thursday so we’ll debrief it and move on."

Boyle was offside in the build-up to the first and it wasn't noticed but Gerrard refused to be too critical of the referee over that - although he did feel Paul Hanlon should have been sent off.

He added: "We could talk about decisions like that every week. I don’t want to be talking about referees every time I do an interview but it is offside."

Kris Boyd insisted in punditry that Hanlon should have seen red in the first half for an elbow on Ianis Hagi and although he refused to expand on his thoughts, when asked if the Rangers hero was right, Gerrard replied: "I think Kris has got a point."


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