Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell says the team need to address their Achilles heel of conceding goals in quick succession.
The Staggies lost 4-0 to Rangers in Dingwall and finished the night seventh in the table, after letting in three goals in 17 first half minutes of the Premiership meeting.
It echoed the 6-0 loss to Celtic two weekends ago, where County let in four goals just after the break.
Speaking to Sportsound, Kettlewell said: “We got off to the start we were looking for. We were positive without having a threat at goal.
“I felt we were in contact all over the pitch and at times worked the ball into reasonable areas where we could’ve done better.
“The Achilles heel we seem to have at the moment, we had it against Celtic and Rangers, is when we concede that goal and have that moment of adversity, you can see we capitulate.
“That’s an issue and one myself and (co-boss) Steven (Ferguson) have to go away and rectify.”
Still Kettlewell, despite feeling his team could’ve done better in moments, accepted Rangers showed their strength with doubles from Ryan Jack and Alfredo Morelos.
He added: “We concede a goal from Morelos, then two goals from the edge of the box, when we feel like we’ve got bodies in the area to deal with it.
“We feel we’re set up to deal with and it comes to those specific moments in games.
“But Rangers could’ve scored more goals, they were excellent.”