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Ryan Jack, challenged by Kilmarnock's Gary Dicker on Sunday, says Rangers can't just turn up and think they are going to win. Picture: SNS.

Rangers road show must improve says Ryan Jack

Even though, for Rangers, Sunday’s trip to Kilmarnock had an “after-the-Lord-Mayor’s-Show” feel about it following the previous weekend’s Old Firm derby victory over Celtic,
it still provided Steven Gerrard’s men with further confirmation, were it needed, that they must still improve their record at places such as 
Rugby Park if they are going to halt their rivals’ domestic dominance next season.

Kilmarnock goalscorers Chris Burke and Eamonn Brophy celebrate. Pic: SNS/Paul Devlin

Kilmarnock 2 - 1 Rangers: Burke and Brophy secure European adventure for Killie

With Kilmarnock gunning for their highest league finish since 1966 and confirmation of European football next season, there was almost a cruel twist of irony on 66 minutes when a double blow looked to have put a downer on what is expected to be Steve Clarke’s final game in charge. Then with two minutes remaining Stephen O’Donnell got in behind Borna Barisic, the Rangers left-back brought him down, Willie Collum pointed to the spot, and Eamonn Brophy stepped up to write his name into Rugby Park history.

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