Rangers star Haris Vuckic identifies what McCall's side were lacking against Falkirk

Rangers forward Haris Vuckic believes his side were lacking the killer pass to beat Falkirk.

Rangers forward Haris Vuckic has told the club's official website that his team weren't good enough with their final ball against Falkirk.

Stuart McCall has enjoyed a great start as Rangers manager but was in serious trouble against Falkirk, with goals from John Baird and Tom Taiwo putting Peter Houston's side 2-0 up in the second half.

However, Newcastle loanee Vuckic pulled one back with seven minutes to play, before Nicky Law popped up in added time to give Rangers a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw.

Vuckic's latest goal was his ninth in just 15 games for Rangers, having joined on loan from Newcastle on deadline day back in February.

The 22-year-old is already a firm fan favourite at Ibrox due to his goal record, but he couldn't give Rangers the win they needed against Falkirk.

Now, the Slovenian has told the Rangers official website that his side were lacking the final ball against Falkirk, admitting that he and his team-mates struggled to break them down for large spells of the game.

"They were very organised, they were waiting for us on the counter attack and they scored from that for their second goal," said Vuckic. "We were not so good in the last pass but they were organised and it was hard to break them."

With the play-offs on the horizon, McCall will be keen to figure out why Rangers lacked the cutting edge to beat Falkirk, and will be hoping his creative players such as Vuckic and Law will find the right formula in the coming weeks.

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