Rangers' John Souttar will be "relieved" to have escaped without giving away a penalty during the first half of their Scottish Premiership clash with Dundee. 

Souttar, 27, appeared to handle the ball in the periphery of the 18-yard box after Lyall Cameron's heavy touch. 

But despite it being initially questioned whether it being worth checking for a spot-kick, VAR did have a quick look and referee Don Robertson decided to play-on. 

A verdict that former Ibrox hero Kenny Miller believes may have gone in the Rangers centre-backs favour. 

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"It hits John Souttar on the hand, it comes off his leg first," Miller declared on Sky Sports commentary duty. 

"There's also a case it might be outside the box...He looks relieved actually!"