Rangers 0-0 Brighton: Graham Potter’s squad kick off season preparations with a goalless draw as John Lundstram hits the crossbar for the hosts
- Rangers drew 0-0 against Brighton on Saturday in a preseason friendly at Ibrox
- John Lundstram hit the bar for Rangers, but Brighton held on
- Ianis Hagi had the ball in the net, but his attempt was disallowed for a foul
Brighton held Rangers to a goalless draw in an exhibition game against Ibrox on Saturday.
It was a first pre-season outing for Graham Potter’s side as they build for their Premier League opener against Burnley on August 14.
The most notable moment of the game came in the second half when summer arrival John Lundstram hit the bar with a try for Rangers.
It was Graham Potter’s first pre-season game as they held Rangers to a draw at Ibrox
Brighton was without a large number of protagonists, including Lewis Dunk, but still managed to get a good picture of itself.
Seagulls goalkeeper Kjell Scherpen had to react well to fend off a bet from Leon Balogun.
Brighton then started to threaten, with Neal Maupay having saved a shot before Dan Burn headed over.
In the second half, Rangers threatened to continue several times. Lundstram rattled the bar and then Ianis Hagi found the net, but was penalized for a challenge on Yves Bissouma.
The experienced Jermain Defoe headed wide but Brighton managed to hold on to a draw.