Rangers secured a last-gasp win over Kilmarnock on Tuesday evening.
Rangers defeated Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock on Tuesday evening, securing passage through to the sixth round of the Scottish Cup.
Martyn Waghorn opened the scoring inside the first three minutes from the penalty spot, before Rory McKenzie pulled the tie equal just four minutes later.
Both teams had chances to take the lead over the remaining 80 minutes, but it took until injury time in the second half for the Gers to steal the victory.
Nicky Clark smashed the ball into the back of the net from a corner, moments before the end of the game, proving that Rangers can compete with, and defeat, Premiership teams.
Following the win, Dominic Ball, Nicky Clark and Wes Foderingham reacted to the last gasp victory over Kilmarnock.
Big win tonight for the boys, unbelievable support as always! #watp— Nicky Clark (@nickyclark91) February 16, 2016
There was negative to the game though, with an injury scare hitting Martyn Waghorn.
The striker left the game on crutches, with no confirmation as to how long he will be out of action for.
Waghorn also took to Twitter to react to the win, and confirmed that he will have tests in the next couple of days to discover the extent of his injury.
Great character from the boys tonight, fully deserved the win.. Great finish by @nickyclark91 and great support as always!— Martyn Waghorn (@MWaghorn33) February 16, 2016
Thanks for the messages and support will find out in the next couple of days how it is— Martyn Waghorn (@MWaghorn33) February 16, 2016