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16/01/2017 - 18:08 GMT

Don’t Want To Sound Repetitive But It’s Vital We Keep Learning Says Rangers Star

 




Rangers striker Kenny Miller has stressed his side need to learn from their mistakes before they resume their domestic campaign this month following a 4-0 defeat against RB Leipzig on Sunday in a friendly.

The Gers were thrashed by the Bundesliga outfit in a friendly match in Germany as the game at the Red Bull Stadium turned out to be a one-sided affair.




Mark Warburton’s men were punished by the Bulls for their lousy defending and conceded twice in each half of the game.

Miller, who is in his third spell at Rangers, said that his side need to learn quickly from their errors they made during the game in order to be prepared for the remainder of the Scottish Premiership.

 


“We have a cup tie next week and then back into league action with Motherwell back-to-back”, Miller told Rangers TV.  

“It’s important without sounding repetitive that we do learn.

“This is why we took a game like this – to learn against top-class opposition which is what they are, and they did punish us”,
added the 37-year-old.

“Now we have to go back in, see how they punished us, see how we were sloppy, and try to eradicate from our game.”

Miller has been a crucial member of Warburton’s squad and has scored five goals in addition to providing four assists in 26 appearances in all competitions in the present campaign.

Rangers have 39 points from 21 games and are currently placed second in the Scottish Premiership table, trailing leaders Celtic by 19 points.