Steven Gerrard interrupts Jordan Rossiter to shut down reporter

Steven Gerrard interrupts Jordan Rossiter to shut down reporter

Steven Gerrard interrupts Jordan Rossiter to shut down reporter

Rangers are smarting after being knocked out of the Betfred Cup semi-final by Aberdeen at Hampden Park on Sunday, but their home form this season has been impressive. It was a disappointment but good teams and good players react in the right way and try to get back to winning ways.

Captain James Tavernier has offered an apology to the Rangers support after his side's latest Hampden nightmare.

Hearts now have a five-point cushion at the top of the SPL after a scintillating start to the season has seen them win eight of their opening ten games. Although he didn't feature in the match, it has encouraged his belief he will get other chances to play for his country.

"We played really well but got caught on a sucker-punch of counter attack".

The 25-year-old Aberdeen defender's role in his side's 1-0 win in Sunday's semi-final was another positive step in a season which has seen him put a year-long absence caused by a serious knee injury firmly behind him.

Steven Gerrard showed his uncompromising side as he interrupted Jordan Rossiter's answer in a press conference to issue a warning to underperforming Rangers players.

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'At a big club you expect big players to step up on big occasions and provide big moments. If that doesn't happen, at any big club, the manager and recruitment find better players or players who will do that'.

Kilmarnock, managed by Gerrard's former Liverpool colleague Steve Clarke, travel to Ibrox three points and three places ahead of Rangers.

"If there are any fingers to be pointed let them point at me", Gerrard told BT Sport.

Rangers will be bolstered up front for the game with the return of strikers Alfredo Morelos and Kyle Lafferty, who he added will "for sure" make up for some of what has been lacking in the final third.

"We took our chance when it came and were always a threat on the counter".

"We look forward to the Hamilton game and there are a lot more before the final".

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