SCOTT ARFIELD held his hands up for the misses that cost Rangers victory at Easter Road as they spurned the chance to move three points clear at the top of the Premiership.

Goals from Drey Wright and Christian Doidge were enough to earn a point for Jack Ross’s side as Hibernian continued their impressive start to the campaign.

Alfredo Morelos had pulled Rangers level at 1-1 with a fine finish just before the break and Steven Gerrard’s side should have gone on to see it out when Arfield fired them in front after a neat move involving Ianis Hagi.

Arfield had a golden opportunity to clinch the points just minutes later but was twice denied by Ofir Marciano as the Hibs keeper pulled off two superb reaction stops that would prove crucial for Hibs.

Arfield said: “I need to score, I need to score. I can’t get it out of my head. I haven’t seen it back yet.

“At least the second one has to go in. The first one is a good save but I should finish it. I think he just throws his body at the second one but it shouldn’t come to that.

“I have got to score it. I don’t think they had a chance after that. On a personal note, it is good to get a goal and get on the scoresheet but these are the chances that you need to take and we need to win these games.

“I apologise and we move on as quickly as possible. It is a miss, without a doubt.

“It is always the same. There is emphasis on this season internally and externally, there is no getting away from that.

“The pressure is always the same. When you wear this badge, you over think things at time.

“You need to take things in isolation. They are chances you need to score regardless of what season you are in. You need to score and win the game.”