It looked like Caixinha and his players were going to collect all three points after Jason Holt’s first goal in more than a year but they managed to somehow concede a 95th equaliser from Chris Burke.
— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) October 25, 2017
The result leaves the Gers stuck in fourth position in the Scottish Premiership, and their hopes of challenging Celtic for the title – and probably Aberdeen for second-place – look dead in the water.
After tonight’s game, Caixinha fronted-up and spoke to the waiting media, and he remained defiant in his attitude:
Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha says he's doubly disappointed as a fan & a manager, saying "I'm strong enough to take these things forward". pic.twitter.com/cEIFmYgmLl
— Superscoreboard (@ClydeSSB) October 25, 2017
As we told you earlier tonight, some bookmakers have already started pricing up favourites to replace the Portuguese coach, with Kenny Miller the 3/1 favourite.
Despite his stance, do you think Caixinha has any long-term future at Ibrox?