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Gerrard frustrated by Rangers’ lack of discipline in Aberdeen defeat

06 December, 2018, 16:40 | Author: Heidi Alvarez
  • Rangers' Alfredo Morelos leaves the pitch after receiving a red card

Aberdeen held on to move into sixth on the table.

Colombian global striker Morelos was dismissed after two bookings from referee Steven McLean.

Admitting his side could have ended up with nine men after substitute Kyle Lafferty dodged a second yellow for a clash with Dons matchwinner Scott McKenna, Gerrard said his players are doing nothing to help themselves.

The second was for a challenge with his arm on Dons skipper Graeme Shinnie.

"It was a good opportunity and hard test for us - but one that I had confidence that I could pass".

He said: "Scott's late and he knows he is. I've no complaints, but he isn't a dirty player and we aren't a dirty team even though we keep getting red cards".

"When you play against Celtic you've got to be disciplined and the players did what we tried to do to the letter".

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Dons boss Derek McInnes admitted victory was the ideal pick-me up for his side as they bounced back from losing Sunday's Betfred Cup final to Celtic.

"There is only so much I can do".

Gerrard said: "I'm very disappointed in our performance". They are putting more stress on each other, on their bodies.

"It is really nice to be top of the league, it gives us confidence and now we have to take it game by game. The second one he deserves".

"Jela" also reflects on the success he enjoyed during his time in Scotland and chats about his friendship with current Croatia and Rangers star Borna Barisic, his best goal for the club - which happened to be a sensational finish against Aberdeen - and the forthcoming Europa League match against Rapid Vienna, the club he joined Rangers from for a fee of £4 million. It's hard with 11 men, so they are not helping themselves at the moment.

The performance was also sub-standard from Rangers and Gerrard added: "We got the majority of things wrong all over the pitch".



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