Rangers boss Gerrard denied opening win by last-gasp goal

Rangers boss Gerrard denied opening win by last-gasp goal

Morelos was in action for Rangers on Sunday in their Scottish Premiership opener against Aberdeen, but was sent off in the first half after an off the ball incident.

Meanwhile, their Glasgow rivals Rangers were held to a 1-1 draw by last season's runners-up Aberdeen.

"I think you have to have that [siege mentality], even if nobody feels like that". Aberdeen didn't have any idea against us.

Gerrard refused to rule out whether Rangers would consider appealing Morelos' red card, where after two shoulder barges from Scott McKenna the forward kicked out at his opponent in frustration.

Gerrard has been measured since taking the Ibrox job but while remaining entirely calm and good-humoured after the game he was... "Who wouldn't like to play every week in those conditions?" Gutted for the players to concede so late on but we showed we were a class above Aberdeen.

"Aberdeen only had one idea, to lump it in the box, and I'm pleased with the players, I'm delighted and I can't go away from here disappointed with any of them".

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After a smattering of pre-season friendlies and some Europa League ties, Steven Gerrard is getting his first taste of domestic football this afternoon.

"The onus was on us to try and find answers", McInnes told the BBC.

James Tavernier converted a penalty on the half-hour mark to give his side a deserved lead as they fought back in tough circumstances and the captain's strike from 12 yards looked to have been enough to secure a win.

Brendan Rodgers' side are going for their eighth title on the trot and began the quest with a routine 3-1 win over Livingston on Saturday.

Two former Celtic strikers were split on whether it was the right call.

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