Kilmarnock were awarded one penalty against Rangers last night.

But Derek McInnes insists it should've been two.

John Lundstram was penalised for a handball inside Rangers' area as he blocked a Danny Armstrong cross, as Killie started the strongest at Rugby Park.

David Dickinson pointed to the spot, with VAR checking the incident. They were happy with the on-field decision, and Armstrong stepped up to cooly slot past Jack Butland to give the hosts the lead.

It proved to be the least the Ayrshire side deserved as they pushed for more in the first half which they had the better of. 

After the break though, Philippe Clement's men produced a 'massive' performance to stage a 2-1 comeback thanks to James Tavernier and Tom Lawrence. 

With Killie holding on after a surge of Rangers pressure, they started to attack again as they sought an equaliser. 

It was towards the end of the game when Liam Donnelly was bundled over inside the box, which McInnes insists would've been a foul 'anywhere else on the pitch'.

And he was irked that this was not given in favour of his team.

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He told BBC Sportsound: "I think if you look at it, my first reaction is that Donnelly has been pulled down, he's got the first touch, I don't know if it was wee Scott Wright or whoever careered into the back of him.

"I think anywhere else on the pitch it's a free-kick. I've only seen one angle from my analysts and it certainly looks like Donnelly's got the first touch and he's bundled over.

"Obviously the VAR guys have more angles. From the angle I've seen it probably could've been a penalty but I'm sure they've checked it and if there are different angles to suggest it wasn't, so be it. But I was disappointed it wasn't given, yeah."