Rangers FC take on Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals replay on Tuesday and this will be a really important game especially after what happened against Hibs last week.
The Gers drew their Premiership game vs Hibs 1-1 but the scoreline was not even the main talking point of the game.
During the match, missiles were thrown onto the pitch and one Hibs fan even crossed the barrier to come and confront Rangers man James Tavernier.
While the authorities took swift action but this incident has really brought out the unpleasant side of the Scottish Premiership.
But James Tavernier has urged his teammates to keep their heads so that they do not sway away in emotions while taking on Aberdeen this Tuesday.
Tavernier said: “Even before Friday night, every game was important. We said before the Hibs match we had to win every match and so it was definitely a back step.
“The cup replay on Tuesday is a crucial match. We have to do everything in our power to put our full focus into that game and give everything we’ve got.
“The lads know we have improved our squad massively this season when we’ve had a lot of new boys come into the group.
“Guys such as Jermain Defoe and others do not expect to come here and not win anything. They have come to this team because they want to win trophies and want to win medals.
“A club like Rangers can’t go on for any more seasons without any silverware.
“We can’t have this feeling from the Hibs game lingering on. We must fix what we need to fix and put a very good performance on against Aberdeen because that is what it’s going to take to put us through to the next round.
”After Hibs, you could use the words ‘disappointing’ or ‘raging’, that we had to come in after a good first 45 minutes and felt we should have been two, three goals up.
“We have played them three times now and believe we have created a lot of chances and yet have not put them in the back of the net. In moments like this, we must see out these matches.
“The gaffer has said before we go three steps forward, one step back and the match against Hibs was another in which we stepped back.
“Throughout the season, including European games, we have seen games out so it was disappointing not to do it on Friday night.
“I still felt it was a foul on me leading up to their equaliser, but it is one of those occasions in which we have to defend properly, be resilient and put the game to bed.”