Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has admitted that Rangers’ movement in last night’s 4-0 drubbing was “sensational.”
The Gers raced into a 3-0 lead and were dominant for long spells before adding a fourth late in the game.
McIntyre admits the Gers thrived off Dundee’s errors and the Dundee boss thinks his side didn’t do enough out of possession.
“To give a goal away so early from a free-kick was just schoolboy stuff from us” McIntyre told The Courier.
“After that I thought Rangers’ movement was sensational and they fed off our mistakes.
“The one thing I was disappointed with in the first half was us on the ball when we did win it back, we spoke about how we had to take care of it but we kept gifting it back and it was wave after wave at times.”
The result leaves Dundee four points off bottom in the league and allowed Hamilton to open up a lead after their surprise win at Aberdeen.
The Dens Park side still have a cushion over St. Mirren but need to make sure they pick up points soon.
With the spectre of a Dundee derby for a place in the Premiership looming, the Dee will want to do everything to avoid finishing in 11th place.