Date: 14th February 2020 at 8:10am
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Rangers walked away empty-handed after travelling to Kilmarnock. Killie won the game 2-1, completing what would have been a likely shocking comeback. 

Many Rangers fans will feel that their team should have done a lot better. One player who fans were critical of was Ianis Hagi. The young Romanian scored during his first league start last week but failed to make an impact on this match.

Some fans don’t necessarily hold him accountable, though. They blame Steven Gerrard for not taking the player off sooner. Many supporters point out that after the 60th minute, Hagi looked done.

Is Gerrard's game management to blame for Rangers' loss?

Yes

Yes

No

No

Others point out that Steven Davis was waiting patiently on the bench, and should have come on for the player much earlier.

What do we think?

Hagi was eventually replaced by Gerrard, but only in the 82nd minute for Greg Stewart. By that point, Kilmarnock had already equalised and then went on to score the eventual winner. The reactions above are a clear indication that the Rangers fans are distrustful of Gerrard’s in-game decision making.