Nicky Law opens up on Rangers’ dressing room discussion after Livingston win

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Rangers defeated Livingston 3-0 at Ibrox in the Scottish Championship on Saturday.

Rangers midfielder Nicky Law has revealed in The Daily Record what the players discussed in the dressing room following their victory over Livingston at home on Saturday afternoon.

The Gers continued their strong start to the 2015-16 Scottish Championship campaign, as they defeated Livingston 3-0 at Ibrox in Glasgow.

Lee Wallace put Rangers in the lead as early as the 16th minute, and Martyn Waghorn doubled their advantage four minutes before the half-time interval when he turned in Barrie McKay's pass.

Nicky Law wrapped up the points for Mark Warburton’s side when he found the target in the 80th minute.

Despite the convincing win, Rangers’ performance was not one of their best so far this season.

Law has revealed that many of the players were not happy with the display and discussed their performance after full time.

“We were not as good as we have been but we won the game 3-0,” the 27-year-old told The Daily Record. “Afterwards there were lot of unhappy lads in the dressing room and that shows how far we have come.

“The players and management weren’t happy with the performance because of the standards we’ve set. We were quite flat and the fans were a little bit as well…

“We only spoke about the performance for five minutes or so and it was nothing too serious.”

The win against bottom-placed Livingston was Rangers’ sixth in a row in the Scottish Championship table.

The Glasgow outfit are five points clear at the top of the league standings at the moment and are firm favourites to win the title.

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