Rangers drew 3-3 against Raith Rovers on Saturday afternoon.
Rangers' seemingly imminent Scottish Championship title win will have to wait for now, as a 3-3 draw against Raith Rovers foiled their celebrations.
The Gers went into the game knowing that two more wins would seal the crown, but if results went their way, they could win the title at Stark's Park with a victory.
In a crazy game, Raith took the lead through Louis Longridge on 25 minutes, sparking a scoring spree as just moments later, Harry Forrester and Michael O'Halloran both scored in quick succession to put Rangers in front.
James Craigen equalised for Raith on 38 minutes, and after half time, Kenny Miller's goal appeared to have put Rangers on the verge of a victory, only for Raith to rally late on.
Harry Panayiotou's late penalty was saved by Wes Foderingham, but the Leicester loanee did end up scoring a last-gasp equaliser to deny Rangers.
After the game, Rangers star Forrester took to Twitter after scoring his fourth goal in his last seven games, admitting he was gutted with the late equaliser, but looked ahead to Tuesday night's game against Dumbarton.
Meanwhile, striker Ryan Hardie is on loan at Raith from Rangers, and having been ineligible to face his parent club on Saturday, the teenager took to Twitter to suggest it was a 'crazy game' as he watched on from the sidelines.
Gutted to lose the 3 points so late, we go again see you at ibrox Tuesday— Harry Forrester (@harry_forrester) April 2, 2016
Crazy game— Ryan Hardie (@Ryanhardie9) April 2, 2016
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