John Lundstram can't believe Rangers missed a golden opportunity to extend their lead at the top of the table.

The English midfielder got his side in front against Hearts on 40 minutes with a lovely curved effort.

But after an end-to-end second half, Craig Halkett headed Robbie Neilson's men back into it.

Allan McGregor's mistimed punch allowed the Jambos to take a point back to the capital.

Despite the Tynecastle men keeping the pressure on the defending champions, Steven Gerrard's men showed flashes of their best in the top of the table showdown.

However, Lundstram knows The Light Blues missed a massive opportunity to open up a gap.

When asked if he could take any positives from the match, he told Rangers TV: "Not really. In the first-half, fair enough we were good.

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"For me, I'm just disappointed because I feel like we need to be winning that game.

"It was a top of the table clash and we'd have gone four points clear with a win. That's just my opinion."