KENNY MILLER says that he felt that they played in the first half they could have been out of sight before letting Falkirk back into the game in the second half.
Miller bagged his sixteenth goal of the season against the Bairns, but he would have traded it happily for all three points against Peter Houston’s men.
The Light Blues have scored 108 goals for the season and created a hatful of chances in the first period last night, but Miller says that for all of their good play, they should have been more clinical to get their reward.
Speaking to RangersTV after the match, Miller said: “The manager keeps saying that the players will get the rewards that our play deserves and I don’t think that we got that tonight.
“We definitely should have scored more goals and been further ahead and the game should have been put to bed.
“As much as we never played the way that we play and do the right things that we normally do and have worked on all season, we still had a couple of chances I think that could have put the game to bed, but we never.”
With the Gers not taking their chances against the Bairns, experienced Miller knows that is the perfect tonic for a team that is trailing in a match as it gives them hope.
“When you keep missing chances, it always gives your opposition encouragement, particularly when it’s 2-0 because you can always nick a goal and you’re back into it with an opportunity.
“There’s nothing that we can do about this game now, all we can do is focus on next week and make sure that in front of a full house at Ibrox we go and put a performance on and get the right result.”