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01/12/2017 - 11:42 GMT

No Good Doing It One Game – Rangers Legend Urges Gers To Beat Aberdeen Again

 




Former Rangers midfielder Barry Ferguson is keen to see the Gers replicate their Wednesday night performance against Aberdeen over the course of the season.

After back-to-back losses against Hamilton and Dundee respectively, Rangers were under pressure to get a result when they hosted the Dons at Ibrox on Wednesday night.




Derek McInnes’ side were tipped by some to cause more pain for the hosts, but Rangers turned their form around with a commanding 3-0 win over Aberdeen to get their season back on track at home.

Ferguson feels Rangers made the second best side in Scotland look ordinary and showed the desire and courage needed – but he wants to see more of the same in the coming games.

 


The former Rangers star believes they need to produce the same sort of performance when they take on the Dons again on Sunday away from home to prove their detractors wrong.  

Ferguson told Betsafe: “Rangers made Aberdeen look poor.

“I thought they were excellent from the kick off – they showed the desire and the mentality that’s needed but it’s no good doing it in just one game.

“They now need to take that to Sunday.

"Pittodrie is always a difficult place to go, but I need to see Rangers do it week-in-week-out.

“If they produce that sort of performance, they are going to win a lot more than they lose.

"So that’s the sort of performance Rangers fans expect.”


Rangers could go level on points with the Dons if they beat them on the road on Sunday and get closer to Celtic in the league table.