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'Beaton bottled it' - Many Rangers fans fume at ref over 'joke' decision near half-time

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The frustrations of many ‘Gers fans were compounded by the yellow card shown to winger Ryan Kent just before half-time, as noted by @RangersFC on Twitter.

These Rangers fans on Twitter were far from happy with Kent being booked after the foul from Power on 44 minutes, with one supporter describing it as a “joke”: Rangers fans, do you think Kent was hard done by with the yellow card he was shown against Kilmarnock?

Wednesday night was one to forget for Rangers, who relinquished a first half lead to lose 2-1 at Kilmarnock and fall 10 points off the pace in the Premiership title race.

In the 44th minute, the 23-year-old was on the receiving end of a late challenge from Kilmarnock’s Alan Power, who was booked by referee John Beaton for that tackle.

However, as noted by James Black of Rangers News, the Light Blues winger got involved in “some handbags” with the 32-year-old and was duly booked for his perceived retaliation.

That was Kent’s first booking of the season on a frustrating night for the ex-Liverpool man, who could have had a penalty early in the second half when he went to ground under pressure from Chris Burke, only for Beaton to be unmoved (as per BBC).

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