Taking on Livingston in the Scottish Premiership this afternoon, a selection of the travelling Rangers fans have reportedly injured a linesman after he gave a decision they disagreed with.
While a win for Steven Gerrard's side would have lifted them above Celtic into 2nd place, Rangers recorded a somewhat surprising 1-0 defeat at the Tony Macaroni Arena.
Sitting eight points off Hearts in 6th place after seven games, Gerrard's side will face the league leaders in a hotly-contested clash next Sunday.
However disappointing the defeat, attention will unfortunately focus on a linesman who was left bleeding after being hit with a missile thrown from someone in the crowd among the selection of Rangers fans present.
Rangers fans pelt linesman after correctly giving Livingston a goal kick.
3 seconds later Rangers fans erupt into song "Fu*k the SFA" as a way to justify the act.
Sickening behaviour pic.twitter.com/hJAH6dLBfl
— SPFL News Now 🏴 (@SPFLNewsNow) September 30, 2018
Linesman hit on the back of the head by something thrown by a Rangers 'fan' at the Livingston v Rangers game. I hope @RangersFC investigate and find the wretch that did it. Appalling behaviour. #Rfc pic.twitter.com/QjL4jnznf0
— Ian Stewart (@bobdylansbarber) September 30, 2018
Footage from today's game shows an individual in the crowd appear to throw something at the linesman Calum Spence as he walks up the sideline.
A disheartening sight, the linesman nevertheless managed to laugh the incident off and continued on in his role for the duration of the match.