Ex-Rangers striker Kris Boyd reckons Paul Hanlon should been sent-off for a forearm challenge on Ianis Hagi.

The centre-half clattered into Hagi on the halfway line with his arm stretched across the Romanian's face. And Boyd is convinced the 30-year-old should have saw red for the collision.

Discussing an earlier challenge by Ryan Porteous on Alfredo Morelos - which both Boyd and Andy Walker agreed was a yellow card offence - Boyd told Sky Sports: "This one [Hanlon's] is a red card for me, this one is worse for me.

"His hand's up there, you can see Hagi is away from him and bang, take that right in the face. That is a red card for me all day long. The Porteous one I can see where Andy's coming from, in terms of a centre-half trying to show as a young boy, he's up for the challenge. But that one there is a red card."

Rangers fell behind to Drey Wright's early finish before Alfredo Morelos levelled right on half-time.