Peter Lovenkrands has shared one of his best ever memories in a Rangers shirt – as he scored against Celtic at Hampden 13 years ago today.
The Dane spent six seasons at Ibrox, scoring 54 goals as he helped the Glasgow giants to two league titles, three League Cups and a Scottish Cup.
It’s that Scottish Cup Final appearance against Celtic in 2002 which Lovenkrands counts as one of his greatest moments in a blue shirt.
He had cancelled out John Hartson’s opener earlier in the Hampden clash before heading in a last-minute winner after Barry Ferguson followed up Bobo Balde’s goal to make it 2-2.
It’s a game fondly-remembered by Gers around the world – and Lovenkrands is no different.
He went on to play for Schalke, Newcastle and Birmingham, but counts his time at Ibrox as the best of his career.
And Rangers fans will be enjoying a trip down memory lane with his post on Instagram today. He wrote:
On this date 13 years ago, Will never forget this game! One of my best memories as a football player. thanks for the memories @rangersfc #WATP