Rangers could only draw 2-2 with Morton this afternoon.
Rangers' winning run at Ibrox this season is over after a shock 2-2 home draw with Morton this afternoon - and they needed a late Martyn Waghorn to get a point.
The Gers opened the game in superb fashion, as Kenny Miller's header from a James Tavernier cross put Mark Warburton's men in front after just two minutes.
However, Tavernier then put the ball through his own goal as he misjusdged Denny Johnstone's cross to leave Wes Foderingham helpless.
Morton then stunned Ibrox as Stefan McCluskey put them in front, as he benefited from some slack Rangers defending to silence the home crowd.
Their joy was short-lived though, as Rangers' top goalscorer Martyn Waghorn rescued his side with a late equaliser, turning Lee Wallace's cross in to the net.
The result leaves Rangers three points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship, but their 100% winning record is now over after today's draw.
The result will give Hibernian hope that they can overhaul Rangers at the top of the table, with the Gers again dropping points today.