MARK HATELEY has slated Rangers striker Antonio Colak for his display against Union Saint-Gilloise in the Champions League.

The Croatian frontman led the line for Giovanni van Bronckhorst's team in Belgium, but he failed to make an impact.

It was a poor display all-round by Rangers and van Bronckhorst admitted that the Govan outfit were well off the pace.

They now have it all to do in the second leg at Ibrox next week and Gers hero Hateley was not impressed.

He told the BBC Sportsound: “It was a poor, poor show. Weak and blunt.

“We don’t even know if Union’s back three are any good.

“Is the goalkeeper any good? We don’t know. Union figured Rangers out after 25 minutes.

"At the end of the day, Rangers are very, very lucky to come away with a 2-0 defeat.

“You could see a second goal coming all second half. Then you worry about the third goal.

“Colak, for me, was a waste of time. If Morelos is playing there, the ball goes into him. Colak didn’t demand the ball.”