Published: Fri, December 07, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard wants to stay on top of league table

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard wants to stay on top of league table

Elsewhere, Rangers moved to the top of the SPL with a 2-1 victory over Hearts although Celtic are only a point behind with a game in hand.

"If we can just be a bit more clinical in the final third then we can be a match for this Rangers team".

"I'm disappointed because we had the opportunity to go top of the table and we had some bad luck during the game, but now we must look at the positives and focus on the next game", he told Leicester Live.

"There is only so much I can do".

'They are making their task a lot more hard.

"We could have had another one".

"We never played with control which I asked all the team to do on Tuesday in a meeting". They are putting more stress on each other, on their bodies. "We gave everything in the game and we knew how important it was, but this is football and we must think about the positive things and we will be looking for a win on Saturday".

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Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was beaming at team's triumph, and said: "It's a real shot in the arm when you see the players put so much in".

"Jela" also reflects on the success he enjoyed during his time in Scotland and chats about his friendship with current Croatia and Rangers star Borna Barisic, his best goal for the club - which happened to be a sensational finish against Aberdeen - and the forthcoming Europa League match against Rapid Vienna, the club he joined Rangers from for a fee of £4 million.

"But that's not important right now for me".

'Tonight was a really good opportunity and hard test for us - but one that I had confidence that I could pass.

"We scored a good goal and then didn't take the chance with the penalty and also had a good goal ruled out from Filip Benkovic", he said.

"It's something we promote and it's great they have it".

"We played them twice without two recognised centre forwards so this is an opportunity to show how good and how strong we are against a good Aberdeen team".

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