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Live Reporting

Colin Moffat

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  1. Good night

    That's all folks. There will be online highlights of tonight's match available sometime after midnight. It's worth staying up late to see two crackers from Inverness Caley Thistle.

    The Highlanders are off the bottom of the league after a gutsy win over Rangers, who have picked up just one Premiership point in February.

    Join us again on Saturday for more thrills and spills.

  2. When Saturday comes

    We'll be back tomorrow with more Scottish Premiership coverage on BBC Radio Scotland and the BBC Sport website.

    This is what the top flight fixtures look like (all 15:00 GMT kick-offs).

    Aberdeen v Ross County

    Celtic v Hamilton

    Motherwell v Dundee

    Partick Thistle v Hearts

    St Johnstone v Kilmarnock

  3. What next for these two?

    FT: Inverness CT 2-1 Rangers

    I've mentioned already that Celtic visit the Caledonian Stadium on Wednesday. Richie Foran's side are the only Premiership side to take a point from the runaway leaders this season, can they do it again - or go one better? Confidence will be high after tonight's result.

    Rangers are at home to St Johnstone on the same evening and could be nine points behind Aberdeen by then if the Dons beat Ross County tomorrow.

  4. 'Rangers not clinical enough'

    FT: Inverness CT 2-1 Rangers

    Rangers interim manager Graeme Murty talking to BT Sport:

    "We need to be clinical in both boxes. We weren't and we were punished for it.

    "Some of our approach play was excellent. The tempo we started at was great. I couldn't have asked for anything more. The players were focused tonight and they will be ready to go again next time.

    "As long as I'm asked, I'll continue to do the job."

  5. Foran aims high after thrilling victory

    Inverness CT manager Richie Foran talking to BBC Sportsound:

    "I thought our moment was gone with that missed penalty. We couldn't match Rangers' sharp passing in the first 20-25 minutes but we showed great character to get back into the game and that's a huge result for us.

    "I always thought we were a threat in the final third, although I didn't think we'd get another chance after the penalty miss. But that's why we've got a striker like Billy Mckay.

    "We're off the bottom and if we can go on a run we can get into the top six."

  6. Post update

    FT: Inverness CT 2-1 Rangers

    Inverness CT goalscorer Greg Tansey on BBC Sportsound:

    "Every club has that few months when things go against you but our team spirit has kept us going and we look forward to Wednesday now (at home to Celtic). We want to build on this."

  7. Post update

    FT: Inverness CT 2-1 Rangers

    Steven Thompson

    Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: It really was a special goal to win the game and, to me, it looked like Inverness wanted it more tonight. They showed great character and fight
  8. FULL-TIME Inverness CT 2-1 Rangers

    Caley Thistle are off the bottom of the table thanks to a terrific late winner from Billy Mckay. It looked like the Highlanders had blown their chance when Wes Foderingham saved Iain Vigurs' weak penalty but Richie Foran's men showed commendable spirit to keep going.

    Rangers are without a win in four Premiership games, picking up just one point in that miserable run.

    Billy Mckay wheels away to celebrate his fantastic goal
    Image caption: Mckay wheels away to celebrate his fantastic goal
  9. Post update

    Inverness CT 2-1 Rangers

    Rangers are knocking on the door but Inverness are holding firm in these three minutes of stoppage time.

  10. Post update

    Inverness CT 2-1 Rangers

    A last-gasp change for the visitors as Joe Garner comes on for Jon Toral.

  11. Post update

    Inverness CT 2-1 Rangers

    Barry Wilson

    BBC Sportsound at the Caledonian Stadium

    Quote Message: Billy Mckay does unbelievably well to get a shot away from there
  12. GOAL Inverness CT 2-1 Rangers

    Billy Mckay

    No feeling sorry for themselves after that penalty miss...

    Inverness are in front again as Billy Mckay shows great strength to hold off Rob Kiernan as a high ball drops in their direction inside the box and then the striker arcs an overhead kick into the net. A wonderful finish.


    Inverness CT 1-1 Rangers

    It's a poor spot-kick from substitute Iain Vigurs and Wes Foderingham gets down to make the save. The ball breaks in the direction of Billy Mckay who leathers the loose ball high over the crossbar under pressure.


    Inverness CT 1-1 Rangers

    Rangers defender Danny Wilson is booked for a late lunge on Billy Mckay, who had nipped in on his blind side.

  15. Post update

    Inverness CT 1-1 Rangers

    David Raven robs Martyn Waghorn and suddenly Inverness have a three-on-three break. Raven feeds Billy Mckay but the striker takes the ball too wide and his rising shot from a tight angle is not going to beat Wes Foderingham.

  16. Post update

    Inverness CT 1-1 Rangers

    Ross Draper has been impressive in the middle of the park for Inverness but he's making way for Iain Vigurs now.

    Rangers also make a midfield change as Jason Holt replaces Andy Halliday.

  17. Post update

    Inverness CT 1-1 Rangers

    This is the most common full-time score in the Premiership this season, BBC Sportsound commentator Paul Mitchell tells us. 

    Can anyone find a winner? Play is certainly stretched with gaps opening up at both ends.

  18. Post update

    Inverness CT 1-1 Rangers

    More good goalkeeping. Martyn Waghorn gathers a good lofted pass from Emerson Hyndman on his chest as he thrusts into the box but Owain Fon Williams is off his line in a flash and well positioned to make a vital block.


    Inverness CT 1-1 Rangers

    Greg Tansey thinks he's rattled in his second goal of the evening as Inverness rediscover their attacking edge. The midfielder catches a sweet shot from the edge of the box but Wes Foderingham is equal to it, making a fantastic, flying, fingertip save.

  20. GOAL Inverness CT 1-1 Rangers

    Martyn Waghorn

    The game is level as Martyn Waghorn slams the ball into the corner, with Owain Fon Williams diving off in the other direction.

    Martyn Waghorn celebrates
    Image caption: Waghorn celebrates his spot-kick equaliser