Several Rangers players have been pictured reacting in despair after forward Sam Lammers' late miss against Celtic in the recent derby.

Michael Beale's side fell to a 1-0 defeat to the Parkhead club at Ibrox after a goal from Kyogo Furuhashi in first-half stoppage time.

The result means Brendan Rodgers' men go into the international break four points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership.

Things could have been different, though, as summer signing Lammers had a chance to equalise late on in the fixture.

After being played in by team-mate Nico Raskin, the Dutchman took the ball around Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart but could not direct his shot into the empty net.

As Lammers himself hit the ground in frustration, some Rangers players could be seen with their heads in their hands.

You can watch the moment in the video below.

Craig Moore believes Michael Beale is in a "tough situation" after a nightmare week for Rangers.

As well as the defeat to Celtic the Ibrox side also crashed out of the Champions League after losing 7-3 on aggregate to PSV Eindhoven.

Pressure is now mounting on Beale and Moore believes it will be hard to turn the situation around after this week's losses.

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He told Sky Sports: “It’s a tough situation. Once you get the swell of support against you here then it could be very difficult to come back from.

“I was at the game yesterday and coming out of the stadium there was a lot of supporters really unhappy with the performance, situation and selections. He needs a near perfect run to turn this around.

“Michael Beale is a smart man, he’s a good man but he knows the expectations and what he needs to achieve. That’s also on the players.”

Kyogo Furuhashi netted the winning goal for Celtic at Ibrox yesterday and Brendan Rodgers' side were by far the better team over the course of the 90 minutes.

On the match itself, Moore added: "Over the course of the 90 minutes did they create enough in terms of opportunities to win the match? I would say no.

"I don't think they used the fans and the energy that was there early. They allowed Celtic into the game.