There was pandemonium inside Ibrox after Monday’s break as the title race looked good and really resumed after a quick double from Michael Beal after the break.
Starting 1–0 at half-time, the Gers then found themselves 2–1 down in the 53rd minute after a Ryan Kent strike and James Tavernier’s penalty following a Karl Starfelt late kick in Sakal’s fashion in the box.
Before these two Rangers goals, a pin could be heard falling.
But after that, you could barely hear your own thoughts when the belief that the league race had turned wide open again began to seep through Govan Stadium.
The Light Blues crowd jumped to their feet, dancing and cheering as Beal brought back the feeling of winning the Glasgow South West derby for half an hour before Kyogo’s latest equalizer put an end to their three-point swing hopes.
A heroic home win was not to be, and nine points still separate the two teams at the top of the Premier League table.
But Kent was the man who scored the first goal against a resolute Gers as fans jumped from their seats, hoping for the same from their Ibrox heroes.
But not only fans who had a ticket for the match enjoyed life during the New Year’s match.
One fellow steward of Gers also had a great time watching the English winger score against his Old Firm rivals to make it 1-1.
He was seen jumping and screaming with delight as he turned to the Gers fans and yelled “Yas” to the camera.
In the clip, another supporter was heard saying, “He loves it!”
The steward no doubt had the same celebration when Tavernier shot a penalty wide of Hart to give Rangers the lead minutes later.
But, unfortunately, he was not captured during those celebrations, and that was the last thing Blues fans could be happy about in this particular derby match.
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