Steven Gerrard's First League Game Tainted By Ridiculous Red-Card

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The Glasgow giants played with ten men from the 12th minute onwards after the Colombian striker was dismissed for aiming a kick at Scott McKenna.

A Paddy Power spokesman said: "One game into the Scottish league season and Steven Gerrard has already slipped up".

"We were very good with 11 men, we were even better when we went to 10".

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"On the face of it, a draw with Aberdeen isn't a bad result, and we're sure Stevie G will emphasise the positives of that display, but we do also think the title race is done. For 93 minutes it was ideal".

Gerrard took over at Rangers in May and has brought in 10 players as he looks to end the dominance of Glasgow rivals Celtic, who have won the league for seven straight years.

On Saturday Celtic began their bid for an eighth consecutive Scottish Premiership title in style with a convincing 3-1 victory against Livingston.

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On Sunday, it took Aberdeen 75 minutes to have a shot on Rangers' goal but 19-year-old Anderson took his chance with a low shot past Allan McGregor three minutes into added time.

Incredibly, Rangers reacted well, and through a James Tavernier penalty, now lead Aberdeen 1-0. "Every single player carried out exactly what we asked of them".

Perhaps a red card was fairly harsh, but there is no doubt Steven Gerrard will be left ruing Morelos' petulance.

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"For me, if you lift your feet and go to kick out and lash out the laws of the game don't say how hard the kick is".

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