Philippe Clement has revealed he said sorry to Alan Muir after his outburst during Rangers' win over Ross County.

The referee booked the Belgian late in the match after the 49-year-old let his frustrations get the better of him on the touchline. 

A water bottle was sent flying as the Ibrox gaffer vented his anger over the stoppages in his side's 3-1 win over the Staggies.

He was asked about the incident on BBC Sportsound post-match and if he had any complaints over the incident. Instead, he admitted he apologised for the situation.

He said: "No. I was maybe moaning a little bit too much. I was frustrated about a few moments when I wanted to keep the tempo of the game. They [County] could stop it without getting booked. I apologised after to the referee. I'm also a human being."

On the game itself, he said: "It was a really good game from my team. I think every person who was in the stadium today compared to four months ago will see a huge difference. Everybody is involved, and everybody made wave after wave of attack, but the defence also did really well. 

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"This could have been a night with many more goals, but you need a little bit of luck. On the other side was a goalkeeper would play maybe the game of his life. He made a few really good saves and also sometimes when luck was on his side. 

"We need to continue what we've been doing and that's the most important thing. We want to keep creating chances and that attacking football everyone loves to see. 

"The mentality of the team, our hunger, desire, the resilience to never stop and always want more. I want to see that ambition in my team, and I want to see it over the next couple of months, game after game."