Nigerian international, Joe Aribo, has insisted that Rangers need to be at their best from the very first whistle in future games in order to avoid a repeat of Sunday’s 1-1 draw against Hearts.
The Light Blues were lucky not to find themselves 2-0 down early on after Uche Ikpeazu hit the bar and Ryotaro Meshino opened the scoring in a breathless first six minutes.
Steven Gerrard’s side found their feet as the first half wore on and equalised through Alfredo Morelos in the 39th minute to grab a share of the spoils and join Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Celtic on 22 points.
But Aribo admitted the visitors’ start gave them an uphill battle and called on them to hit the ground running in future.
He said: “We wanted to go out there and get three points and unfortunately we weren’t able to do that so it’s frustrating.
“We started slow and then from there we were just constantly chasing the game so it was hard for us.
“We have to bounce back from this and we just need to take every game as it comes and put in performances from the off and throughout the 90 minutes.”