Steven Gerrard's First League Game Tainted By Ridiculous Red-Card

Steven Gerrard's First League Game Tainted By Ridiculous Red-Card

Steven Gerrard's First League Game Tainted By Ridiculous Red-Card

RANGERS have appealed the red card that was shown to striker Alfredo Morelos during Sunday's Premiership draw with Aberdeen.

Announcing the move on Twitter, the bookies added: "Rangers drew their opening league game under Steven Gerrard". Aberdeen didn't have any idea against us, and for 93 minutes it was flawless.

Rangers appointed Gerrard as manager earlier this summer with the Liverpool legend brought in to end their wait for the Scottish Premiership title.

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"The mentality's different, we're a better team, and I think at times today we played some stunning stuff with 10 men, which is a big compliment to the team. For 93 minutes it was ideal". "Every single player carried out exactly what we asked of them". "Aberdeen only had one idea and it was to lump it into the box". I thought tactically when we went to 10 we were very good and very professional.

"It wasn't even a lack of spark in the final third - we couldn't even get there because our choice of pass was really disappointing at times".

Aberdeen suffered a further blow soon afterwards when highly-rated centre-back Scott McKenna, who is wanted by Swansea as a replacement for Alfie Mawson after he left for Fulham, went off injured.

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Celtic, the big rival of Rangers, began the defence of its league title with a 3-1 win over Livingston on Saturday.

Goals from Tom Rogic, Odsonne Edouard and Olivier Ntcham gave the Hoops all three points.

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