Glasgow Rangers saw their brief spell at the top of the Scottish Premiership table end on Wednesday night when they lost 1-0 to Aberdeen, and after the match one man felt their wrath on social media.

The Gers went into the contest with the Dons looking to maintain their position at the summit of the top flight, but fell to a tame defeat to allow Kilmarnock to overtake them and push them down to second spot.

The match was the third big game in just six days for Rangers, and while that is partly an excuse, it will still have disappointed Steven Gerrard how they meekly let go of top spot.

Part of the issue for the Gers against Aberdeen was that once again they were forced to play the last 25 minutes of the encounter with 10 men, as for the third time this season Alfredo Morelos was given his marching orders.

In truth, Rangers were labouring long before the Colombian was shown a second yellow card for a stray arm on Dons defender Graeme Shinnie, but any hope they had of forcing their way back into the match, against an opponent who also had a man sent off in the first half, went when the forward left the field.

Morelos has been given plenty of public support by Gers boss Gerrard but he needed to repay his manager for that backing, not get himself dismissed for the third time in his short stint at Ibrox.

He will now be suspended for some key matches in the run up to the Christmas period and during it, which will be a big blow for Rangers.

Their fans are certainly not impressed with the attacker, with many of them acknowledging on social media that he is something of a liability when he is getting sent off so often.

Here are some of their messages:


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