Rangers failed to win their first game under new manager Stuart McCall on Saturday, as they were held to a 1-1 draw with Livingston at home in the Scottish Championship.
The Gers took the lead at Ibrox as early as the ninth minute through Haris Vuckic, who found the target with a good strike.
However, the Glasgow giants had to settle for a share of the spoils when Ibra Sekajja tapped home on the stroke of half time.
Rangers did have chances to regain their advantage and win the match, but they failed to make the most of them.
Kenny Miller's header troubled Livingston goalkeeper Darren Jamieson, and Nicky Clark's headed effort just past the hour mark was ruled out for offside.
Rangers captain Lee McCulloch also came close with a header in the second half, as the game ended in a 1-1 draw.
The hosts had 52% of the possession, took nine shots of which just three were on target, and earned 10 corners.
Rangers are now third in the Scottish Championship table with 48 points from 26 matches, as many as 24 points behind leaders Hearts with a game in hand.
The Gers are seven points behind second-placed Hibernian, but they have played two fewer matches than Alan Stubbs’s team.
Following the match against Livingston, Rangers fans took to social networking site Twitter to have their say on the performance of the team at Ibrox.
Below are the best reactions:
@RangersFC Patience, fans. Patience. Rome was not built in a day. After years of bad ownership, we have to give new regime time.— Wayne Bergeron (@TheWB73) March 15, 2015
@RangersFC Easy drop McCulloch, Hutton, law, miller; if not ur history McCall— Jake Paton (@Paton_Jack) March 14, 2015
@RangersFC hopeless so called "footballers"!. Release them all start from scratch.— Me (@craigcoll1986) March 14, 2015
@RangersFC promising start but livi looked like scoring any time they went up the park— Dave Collins (@Collins4546Dave) March 14, 2015