The Rangers striker has criticised Mohsni, even if he was not surprised by the actions.
“Bilel is Bilel,” the 35-year-old forward said. “We obviously know about his track record. So we all know what’s happened in the past. He’s upset and angry with the fact the game has gone and also that he’s not started.”
“But, as I say, there’s no excuse for it. It’s not acceptable at our club, or any club for that matter. It’s one of these things that happens and will have to be dealt with.”
Whilst Mohsni will de dealt with, it will not be on Rangers’ watch, with the defeat at the hands of Motherwell being the final game of his career at Ibrox.
The Tunisian international defender is out-of-contract this summer, and it had been confirmed prior to the game that he would be leaving the club.
This has meant that the four-game ban given to him will be passed on to the next association he plays under, ensuring that he serves time for the bust-up regardless of where his future takes him.
The 27-year-old was not only charged for the fight with Erwin, but also for getting involved with Fraser Kerr, who will also serve a ban with a new club having been released by Motherwell.
Miller was certainly not surprised by Mohsni's actions, and he has shown a poor disciplinary record many times this term already, but it is still good to see him criticise the defender for getting involved in a situation that he had no need to get into.