Rangers crumbled to a disappointing 1-1 draw against Hamilton in their top vs bottom Scottish Premiership clash on Sunday.
The Bears demolished the Accies 8-0 in the reverse fixture at Ibrox, but could have counted themselves lucky to leave with a point this afternoon.
After going one goal to the good towards the end of the game, the Gers appeared to have won while not at their best, only for them to concede with the final kick of the game.
Allan McGregor made more than five saves at the Fountain of Youth Stadium – the most in a single game this season, a shock stat that sums up how bad the Gers were.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the game, as relayed by Jordan Campbell on his personal Twitter account, the stopper labelled his side “rubbish.”
“Aye, it does sum it up. Sums up how bad were,” he said.
When asked if he took any personal pleasure from his own performance, McGregor angrily claimed he would rather play awful and his side win.
McGregor has been phenomenal this season.
The 39-year-old is proving that age is just a number, and we expect him to extend his contract past this season when it runs out in the summer.
Gerrard will be thankful to have the veteran in between the sticks, and he has dragged his side through numerous games already this season – personally saving the invincibles record.
This isn’t the first time he has saved us, and it won’t be the last – we are very thankful to have McGregor at Ibrox.
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