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02/01/2017 - 11:27 BST

I Hold My Hands Up – Rangers Star Admits His Big Mistake Against Celtic

 




Rangers winger Harry Forrester believes his side created enough chances to get something out of the Old Firm derby on Saturday.

Veteran forward Kenny Miller gave the lead to Rangers against Celtic at Ibrox, but Moussa Dembele equalised before half time and winger Scott Sinclair won the away side the three points with the winner in the 70th minute.




However, Forrester feels Rangers were wasteful in front of their home fans and took personal responsibility for not making a correct decision to play a team-mate through on goal on one such occasion.

The Rangers winger has insisted that the home side had the chances to get something out of the game, but were wasteful in their decision making against the Scottish champions.

 


Forrester took to Twitter and wrote: “Just watched the game back, big mistake by me not slipping in Joe.  

“Hold my hands up.

“Had a lot of chances to get something from the game.”


Celtic have won all the three Old Firm derbies this season and Rangers will have to wait until March before getting another crack at Brendan Rodgers’ men in the Premiership.