Rangers lost 2-1 to Hibernian at Easter Road on Sunday.
Rangers' unbeaten run in the Scottish Championship is finally over after a 2-1 defeat to second placed Hibernian on Sunday afternoon.
Mark Warburton's men went in to the game having won 11 games out of 11 in the league, but knew that they were set for their toughest task as they travelled to take on Alan Stubbs' men.
Jason Cummings gave Hibs the lead in the first half, and whilst an own goal from ex-Rangers defender Darren McGregor did level the game up at 1-1, Paul Hanlon swooped to hand Hibs the win in the second period.
The result means that Hibs now sit just give points behind Rangers, as new life has been breathed in to the Scottish Championship title race, where many thought that it was a foregone conclusion.
After the final whistle, Rangers players were generally quiet on Twitter, but two players did send messages to the disappointed Gers fans.
Goalkeeper Wes Foderingham took to Twitter to apologise to the fans, and vowed to fight back with a win against Alloa next week.
Midfielder Jordan Thompson also sent a message to supporters, also stating that he and the rest of the squad will get stronger after their first league defeat of the campaign.
Here are the reactions from Foderingham and Thompson on Twitter after Rangers lost 2-1 to Hibernian on Sunday afternoon...
Life of a goalkeeper one mistake can cost you. Apologies... we will be back stronger next week. Great away support as usual— Wes Foderingham (@wes_foderingham) November 1, 2015
tomorrow's a new day, we get stronger..— Jordan Thompson (@x88_j) November 1, 2015