By Adefunmiloye Alani

3rd Oct, 2021 | 3:39pm

Rangers fans got on players' back after misplaced passes in HT v Hibs

Rangers found themselves losing at half-time against Hibernian at Ibrox after Kevin Nisbet’s seventh-minute strike put the visitors ahead.

Steven Gerrard will be hoping his side can turn things around in the second-half in order to get a win and head into the international break top of the table.

Hibs proved why they are one of the early leaders in the Premiership with a fine performance in the opening 45 minutes at Ibrox.

Rangers fans were far from impressed by their players, and as reported by Sky Sports, they got on their players’ backs after a few passes went astray.

Too early? 

The Bears faithful would have wanted to see their team start the clash on the front foot and take a comfortable lead heading into the break, but that has not happened.

Rangers have often started slowly in a lot of their games this term, and it could be about to prove costly if nothing changes in the second-half.

Hearts top the table after winning on Saturday and will be pleased to head into the break top of the table.

As it stands, the defending champions are third, with Hibs above them, and they need to turn things around when action resumes.

Rangers have not been playing as well as they did last term, and that has to change if they want to hold on to their title this term.

With Ryan Porteous sent off and two Hibs players on yellow cards, the Light Blues have a huge advantage and will fancy their chances of getting a win in the final 45 minutes.

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