THE Rangers players said they didn’t act like the team they want to be as they drew 1-1 with Ross County away from home.
Barrie McKay revealed the squad admitted in the dressing room after the game to being sloppy after Clint Hill opened the scoring for the Gers inside 10 minutes.
McKay was a second-half substitute for Mark Warburton’s side as the manager sent on both the winger and Martyn Waghorn to try and help win the game.
“The boys in the dressing room have been saying that wasn’t us out there today, it was a sloppy performance all round. It’s up to us to make that right now.
“We’re definitely disappointed as a team, especially after the first-half because we had a lot of chances on the counter and when you have those chances you need to take them.
“We’re disappointed with the chances that we created that we have just drawn the game.
“I thought once we got the first it would go in our favour and we would get a bit more momentum, keep playing it out and keep playing the lines and getting more chances.
“They got their goal back and we tried to do the right things and put a press on but it was difficult.
“I didn’t exactly make the impact I wanted, I created a chance for Tav but there were other times when I was perhaps a bit sloppy and maybe didn’t make the right decision.
“In other games those things would have come off for myself but it wasn’t like that today.
“When you do get a low you want the next game to come as fast as possible and to have to wait two weeks because of the international break will be quite tough.”
The Light Blues thought they should have been awarded a penalty when Jason Holt was booked for diving just inside the box on 67 minute and McKay says the midfielder isn’t that type of player.
The forward said: “I thought there was some contact watching it but I would need to watch it back again to be certain.
“Holty isn’t one of the ones who would go down easily, there is usually contact if he does fall to the floor.”