Hibs 2-2 Rangers: Doidge earns Hibs a point after rollercoaster encounter

Relive the action from Easter Road as Hibs and Rangers played out an enthralling 90 minutes

Christian Doidge celebrates his equaliser with Martin Boyle
Christian Doidge celebrates his equaliser with Martin Boyle

End-to-end, see-saw, rollercoaster – call it what you will, the match between Hibs and Rangers was a breathless 90 minutes.

Both teams saw records ended; Hibs finally conceding from open play and Rangers losing their run of clean sheets.

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Key Events

  • Arfield gives Gers lead early in second half; Doidge levels with 20 to play
  • Wright opens scoring; Morelos equalises on stroke of half-time
  • Drey Wright returns to starting line-up with Jamie Murphy ineligible to face parent club
  • Scott Allan sidelined for Hibs along with Sean Mackie
  • Victory for hosts would take them level on points with Celtic and Rangers
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Morelos has gone down holding his face after an off-the-ball coming together with Porteous...

Robertson books the defender but the Hibs players are insisting there was nothing in it. The Colombian striker isn’t a happy man as he receives a bit of treatment from the Gers medical staff

Hanlon cops a booking for a foul on Hagi on the edge of the centre circle

Visitors upping the tempo

Rangers have certainly perked up a bit since losing that goal - there’s more urgency to their attacks as they chase an equaliser before the interval

Morelos gets the Gers back on level terms in first-half injury time as he sweeps home from close range. Hibs 1, Rangers 1

Joe Newell gets things under way for the second period, no changes for either side 

Hanlon with a header from Newell’s corner but it doesn’t trouble McLaughlin who gathers with ease

Hagi turns his marker inside the box but the Romanian’s effort is more cross than shot and Hibs have a throw-in in front of the East Stand near the corner flag

Arfield gives Rangers the lead from close range after some neat passing from the visitors. Hibs 1, Rangers 2 with 56 minutes gone. 

Paul McGinn is the third Hibs player in the book after a foul on Kent

Marciano stands up well and makes a fine one-handed save to prevent Kent increasing Rangers’ lead.

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