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Rangers players must look at ourselves, admits Gareth McAuley

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Rangers defender Gareth McAuley has told his team-mates they must learn lessons from their midweek defeat to Aberdeen at Ibrox in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

A 1-0 home defeat ensured Rangers were knocked off the Premiership's top spot after spending less than four days at the summit.



Asked about his side's character, McAuley said: "That is what this football club is about - it has been talked about.



I think we all knew we had let our standards slip, and that is personally as individuals where we need to look at ourselves and sort that out.

Meanwhile, boss Steven Gerrard admits he is struggling to defend the behaviour of his Rangers squad after his warning about cutting out red cards was ignored by simmering striker Morelos, who has been something of a loose cannon this year.

Rangers found no way back from Scott McKenna's seventh-minute goal for Aberdeen, even after visiting striker Sam Cosgrove received the night's first red card.

Now Rangers must wait until Sunday to face a Dundee side lifted by Kenny Miller's hat-trick in a 4-0 win over Hamilton.
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