By Andy Newport, Pa
Published: 13:52 BST, 20 September 2020 | Updated: 14:41 BST, 20 September 2020
Hibernian shattered Rangers' shut-out streak as Steven Gerrard's team let two points slip with a 2-2 draw in Leith.
Gers arrived in the capital having started the season with a British-record seven straight clean sheets.
But Drey Wright – in for on-loan Gers winger Jamie Murphy – became the first player to score a league goal against the Light Blues this season as he swept Hibs ahead.
Drey Wright (left) ends a slick team move to put Hibs ahead in the 22nd minute against Rangers
Wright (left) becomes the first player to score past Rangers in their eighth game of the season
Rangers hit back with strikes from Alfredo Morelos and Scott Arfield but they were denied victory by a Christian Doidge header.
Gerrard's men go back to the top of the table by a point but, having played a game more than Celtic, will worry they have handed the title initiative to Neil Lennon's champions.
Hibs have now gone nine games without a win against Rangers but do hold on to third spot.
Morelos was back in the Rangers starting line-up for first time in over a month, with Kemar Roofe out after straining a calf against Lincoln Red Imps in midweek.
The Colombian has bucked up his ideas after being reprimanded by Gerrard for his lack of focus amid continuing speculation over his future.
Striker Alfredo Morelos (right) blasts Rangers level from close range shortly before half-time
Morelos celebrates as Rangers cancel out Hibernian's early advantage on their way to a point
But he was guilty of taking his eye off the ball for a split second 10 minutes in as he wasted a glorious chance to head Gers in front from a James Tavernier corner.
Tavernier was involved again three