Rangers lose to Dundee… Chris Sutton and Michael Stewart react

FC Barcelona's Brazilian Ronaldinho (R) vies with Celtic's Alan Thompson (L) and Chris Sutton (C) during their Champions League football match at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, 24...

Ibrox club Glasgow Rangers lost against Dundee in what was the second successive defeat for Graeme Murty’s side.

Chris Sutton of Celtic slips and kicks his penalty over the bar during The Tennents Scottish Cup Final between Celtic and Dundee United at Hampden Park on May 28, 2005 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Rangers suffered their second successive defeat in the Scottish Premiership on Friday evening, as the Ibrox outfit went down 2-1 to Dundee away from home.

The Gers headed into the league fixture against Dundee on the back of 2-0 defeat to Hamilton Academical at Ibrox in the Scottish Premiership.

Dundee are struggling for survival in the top flight of Scottish football, and the Gers were expected to win.

Craig Beattie celabrates with Chris Sutton of Celtic during the Champions World Series Game between Manchester United and Celtic July 28, 2004 at Lincoln Finacial Field in Philadelphia,...

However, Graeme Murty’s side went down 2-1, with Mark O'Hara scoring both the goals for the home team.

Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton has taken to social networking site Twitter to give his reaction to the defeat for Rangers.

Michael Stewart, who was a youth player at the Gers and went on to feature for Manchester United and Hibernian among other clubs, has given his take on the situation at Rangers, who are still looking for a permanent successor to Pedro Caixinha.

Chris Sutton of Celtic skips the tackle of Steed Malbranque of Fulham during the pre-season match between Fulham and Celtic at Craven Cottage on July 16, 2005 in Fulham, England.

The defeat to Dundee means that Rangers remain fourth in the Scottish Premiership table with 24 points from 14 matches, nine points behind leaders and Old Firm rivals Celtic, who have a game in hand.

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