Rangers drew 0-0 away at Kilmarnock on Saturday night.
Rangers played out a 0-0 draw with Kilmarnock on Saturday evening – and there was one huge talking to point to come out of the encounter.
Just weeks after losing to Killie in the league, Rangers headed back to Rugby Park once again today in order to go head to head in the Scottish Cup.
Steven Gerrard was without the suspended Alfredo Morelos and handed a start to Jermain Defoe, but Rangers couldn't replicate their midweek win at Aberdeen.
Rangers did have a golden chance as Kirk Broadfoot handled a shot from Scott Arfield inside the penalty area, but James Tavernier's spot kick was saved by Daniel Bachmann.
Neither side could find a winner, meaning they must do it all again a week on Wednesday, with Killie travelling over to Ibrox for the replay.
Rangers posted confirmation of the replay date, and accompanied it with a photo of Ryan Jack in a challenge with Alan Power, with Jack taking a boot to the face.
Amid the ongoing row over referees in Scotland and the Scottish FA's approach to retrospective action, Gerrard drew attention to the challenge after the final whistle.
Rangers fans took to Twitter to reply to the club's tweet, calling it 'brilliant' to draw even more attention to the photo of Jack's incident, with fans feeling that the club's point was well made – even if it was about as subtle as a brick through a window...
Whoever is in control of the Twitter @RangersFC has played a blinder!— Delboy (@GoLfNuT1979) February 9, 2019
Brilliant!— FrelonBleu (@thefrelonbleu) February 9, 2019
control the narrative— Scott Carline (@ScottJCarline) February 9, 2019
Good image choice, point well made— GM (@GMCF1000) February 9, 2019
Well done, I want to see more of this.— Alan H Jamieson (@AlanHJamieson1) February 9, 2019
Love how our club are trying discreetly to bring this to the attention of a wider audience and perhaps crank heat on our dithering football authorities.— Gallant Pioneer (@MitchellC_FF247) February 9, 2019
Shame if we all retweeted it huh .... https://t.co/yCw9y5Y3XY
What's a word that's better than brilliant? https://t.co/DHfK9VSs0W— Alasdair McKillop (@AGMcKillop) February 9, 2019