Rangers coach, Michael Baele has called for improvement from his side after they struggled to a 3-2 victory over Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
The Dons fell behind to a Fashion Sakala goal after 12 minutes but goals from attacker Luis ‘Duk’ Lopes and midfielder Leighton Clarkson had Jim Goodwin’s side ahead going into seven minutes of added time – where second-half substitute Arfield scored twice to complete a remarkable turnaround.
It was Beale’s second game in charge as Gers boss and a second comeback 3-2 win after beating Hibernian by the same scoreline last Thursday.
He said: “I don’t want to be a party pooper to the players but they need to be better.
“They showed 10 out of 10 for character and mentality, especially at the end.
“I made the four subs and I asked us to gamble a little bit and I’m delighted Scotty has come up with 2 goals.
“Once something went wrong, we didn’t look like we were together at times and we made some simple mistakes.