Despite playing the last 20 minutes or so with 10 men, Rangers did well to hold on to their lead and earn a 2-1 victory over Hearts last evening at Tynecastle Park.
While it was not quite a free-flowing performance by Steven Gerrard’s men, the hard-fought win during which they came back from being a goal down, got them the three points they needed to move past their Old Firm rivals Celtic onto the top of the Scottish League table.
However, the climb to the top did not come easy and the game was a pretty ill-tempered affair as both the camps were pretty fired up.
A moment which sums up the confrontational nature of this tooth-and-nail fixture arrived when Gers’ Andy Halliday proceeded to wind up home supporters by shouting in front of their faces at the touchline.
Check out the moment below: