Rangers Women manager Malky Thomson was philosophical in defeat last night, as his side went down thanks to a smash and grab from Celtic.
The hosts secured a 1-0 win courtesy of a late breakaway goal in a game that the visitors dominated in posession.
Thomson declared himself satisfied with his teams performance and effort – only to be disappointed that they did not take the chances created.
“We are disappointed we never took something from the game especially with the amount of chances that we created and the effort and application that the girls put in.”
“I thought we played well but if you don’t take your chances then you are always vulnerable at the other end.”
“We will not get despondent at all, we spoke after the game and they know that they left everything on the pitch they gave their all in the game which was pleasing.”
“We stuck to our game plan, we played well and I thought we dictated and weren’t in any difficulty at all but that’s football.”
Rangers hit the bar twice in the second half, but could not find a breakthrough.
The goal on 80 mins from Mariah Lee for Celtic changed the game in what was a bitter blow for Rangers.
Ahead of Sunday’s game against Forfar Farmington, the Gers sit in 2nd place in the SWPL1 table, three points behind leaders Glasgow City.