Date: 22nd November 2015 at 2:46pm
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Rangers, who had pressed for a winner, couldn’t find one and had to settle for a one-one with Livingston in Scottish Championship on Saturday.

When Holt, not that it would have been ‘expected’ as such, put Rangers ahead at the midway point of the first half some might have thought the Gers’ dominance, in terms of possession, could lead to more goals to secure the points?

These didn’t come in the first half with Livingston stunning Rangers Hippolyte drawing the host level early in the second half!

A winner was something Rangers pushed for but couldn’t find….



You can see more like this on Rangers Football Club (Official).

The above video shows the highlights from this game at the Almondvale Stadium, which despite the dominance of possession, for most of the game, couldn’t see enough of this turned into clear cut chance – that were taken anyway.

This draw, coupled with another Hibernian win, saw the Rangers lead at the top of the Championship pegged back with both sides on 37-points but the Gers have a game in hand and a far superior goal-difference.

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