Due to how close the league is likely to be between Rangers and Celtic this season, either side will be massively frustrated whenever they drop points.
That is something the Gers are having to face now, as goals from Alfredo Morelos and Scott Arfield were cancelled out by Drey Wight and Christian Doidge, meaning they dropped points for the second time this term.
Despite the disappointment that comes with the result, there can be encouragement from some of the individual performances, and Ryan Kent’s display will be seen as a positive.
His most obvious contribution came for Morelos’ goal, when he played a one-two with Steven Davis, before clipping a wonderful ball to the back post, where the Colombian was on hand to finish.
There was plenty of creativity shown outside of that though, as he completed five key passes – the game’s join-highest total alongside Ianis Hagi.
The 23-year-old also completed all three of the dribbles he attempted, which was the most from any player on the pitch, indicating how important he was to Rangers’ attacks.
Given his largely direct nature, it is also impressive that the winger was able to find a teammate with 91% of the passes he attempted.
If there was one thing Steven Gerrard could look for Kent to improve, it’s his defensive contribution, as one tackle was all he managed in this regard, while he didn’t compete in any aerial duels.
Despite this, the attacking intent he showed is a positive to take out of what turned out to be a frustrating day for Rangers.