Dundee 2-1 Rangers: Mark O'Hara double sinks Rangers
Last Updated: 25/11/17 7:51am
Rangers suffered fresh frustration as Mark O'Hara's double clinched a 2-1 win for Dundee at Dens Park.
The Ibrox side - still without a boss a month on from Pedro Caixinha's sacking - missed the chance to move up to third spot as caretaker Graeme Murty's side suffered their second straight defeat.
O'Hara now has four goals in three Dens clashes against Gers after striking either side of Josh Windass' equaliser.
But the Gers faithful let rip at full-time and the Ibrox board can now expect a grilling at next week's AGM unless on why it has taken so long to appoint a permanent manager.
In the 66th minute, Rangers' defence failed to clear Jon Aurtenetxe's free-kick from out wide and O'Hara pounced to fire home.
The hosts' lead lasted just four minutes. Josh Meekings failed to get enough distance on his header from Ross McCrorie's deep cross and Josh Windass took advantage as he flashed the ball past Elliot Parish for the equaliser.
On-loan Celtic midfielder Scott Allan got a hot welcome from the Gers faithful when he was introduced with 10 minutes left, but it was his sublime killer pass which unlocked the visitors' defence and O'Hara fired home the winner.