From his exposed position yards from the sodden Ibrox touchline, pokermawar this would have been a thoroughly uncomfortable game for Steven Gerrard to watch.

The weather was only part of the Rangers manager’s problem.In Jack Ross’ Hibs, Rangers encountered an opponent who were supremely organised, built to counter attack at speed and who carried a threat until the last kick of the game.

They also left Glasgow nursing a grievance, after referee Willie Collum failed to award a penalty kick in response to a dangerously high boot from Ianis Hagi.

Rangers winger Ianis Hagi (right) opened the scoring with a left-footed close-range poke

Rangers winger Ianis Hagi (right) opened the scoring with a left-footed close-range poke

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