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|Rangers caretaker Jimmy Nicholl criticises referee over Aberdeen penalty
| เล่น บอล ออนไลน์ Jimmy Nicholl criticised referee Steven McLean for the penalty decision that almost wrecked Rangers' bid for second spot in the Scottish Premiership. The official handed Aberdeen a 14th-minute spot-kick after his Pittodrie namesake Kenny McLean tumbled under pressure from Alfredo Morelos - but replays appeared to show the Colombian frontman got a touch to the ball. The Dons midfielder tucked home his penalty but Ross McCrorie rescued a 1-1 draw and a vital point for the Ibrox team to send the three-team battle for the runners-up slot to the final day of the season.
Caretaker boss Nicholl was furious with referee McLean for putting his side's chances at risk, saying: "We can't afford (the referee's decision). If it hadn't happened we would've continued doing what we had been doing during the first 15 minutes you would like to think. "Whatever threat they had we were dealing with as best we could. "It wasn't a penalty and it's disappointing the referee gave it, especially if there's a doubt. If there's no doubt I'd be standing there saying: 'What are you doing, Alfredo? For goodness sake! You've cost us the game!'
"I'd understand if it was a blatant, stupid thing to do in the box. But it wasn't obvious. It isn't August with three games gone. It is the end of the season with two games to go and those were three points I thought we deserved and never got." Gers remain a point behind Derek McInnes' men but Hibernian can draw level with the Light Blues if they beat Hearts on Wednesday night, meaning it will be all to play for when the Reds go to Celtic Park and the Ibrox side to Easter Road on Sunday's final day of the season. As well as being unhappy with referee McLean, Nicholl was frustrated his men allowed themselves to be affected by the referee's call. เล่น บอล ออนไลน์
"They had to get on with it, but they didn't," he said. "They got frustrated with the decision and lost their way. That was the annoying thing. We had to get them in at half-time and get the football head back on again. "If you get frustrated with refereeing decisions, you lose concentration and you don't do your jobs properly. They did that and it was a great second 45 minutes. "It was a good goal from Ross McCrorie, a determined young player who went with conviction." เล่น บอล ออนไลน์