Celtic fans took to Twitter to express their delight after Rangers collapsed late on against struggling Kilmarnock.
A flurry of late drama at Ibrox saw Rangers throw away two points and lose further ground on the title-chasing pack as they succumbed to a 1-1 draw against Kilmarnock.
Jason Holt’s first-half strike was cancelled out by a 95th minute Kilmarnock equaliser, courtesy of Chris Burke, sending ‘Killie’ boss Steve Clarke home with a point in his first game in chance.
Rangers should’ve been out of sight prior to the equaliser, with Daniel Candeias missing an injury-time spot kick which would’ve put the hosts on their way to three points.
Midfielder Ryan Jack was sent off in the aftermath of the penalty appeal before Burke delivered the final blow.
The draw sees Rangers slip to 4th place in the SPL, with Motherwell leapfrogging Pedro Caixinha’s side into 3rd. This result has done little to ease the pressure on the under-fire Caixinha, who is living off borrowed time at the helm at Ibrox.
Meanwhile, Celtic fans, fresh from celebrating a comfortable victory over title challengers Aberdeen, took to Twitter to show their amusement surrounding the result.
– 90th min Rangers penalty— Radical Celt (@RadicalCelt) 25 October 2017
– Broadfoot malkied by Jack
– Jack off
– Rangers miss penalty
– Kilmarnock equalise through Chris Burke
Rangers get penalty. Then get red card. Then miss their penalty. Then Kilmarnock go up the park and equalise. Amazing— CelticLisboa (@CelticLisboa) 25 October 2017
We’re living in an era that no Celtic fan will ever forget. The death of rangers fc. The disaster that is sevco. The dominance of Celtic.— Brendan Ahearne (@brendanahearne1) 25 October 2017
Full house at Easter Road. Full house at Pittodrie. I honestly think Scottish football is far from dying. Apart from Rangers. Again.— TheCeltsOfGlasgow (@celts_glasgow) 25 October 2017
A good win for Celtic against Aberdeen then rangers conceding in the 90th to level the game along with getting a player sent off ? Excellent— Seán O Neill (@seanoneill95) 25 October 2017