Rangers FC dropped points this weekend as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Hearts away from in the Premiership.
And this draw means that the Gers have now slipped down from the top of the table to the second spot while arch-rivals Celtic FC move to the No 1 spot.
Rangers went behind to a sixth-minute strike from Meshino and it was Alfredo Morelos who saved Steven Gerrard’s blushes with a strike in the 39th minute of the match.
And speaking after the match, Hearts captain Christophe Berra said that a draw as perhaps a fair result on their part.
He said: “It was a competitive game, the kind of game Tynecastle is renowned for.
“Over the past season or two against Rangers they’ve always had the upper hand on us but (Sunday) was a very even game.
“Maybe a draw was a fair result.
“To be honest against the Aberdeens at home, Hibs, Celtic usually and Rangers we’re always at it. I don’t know if it’s no fear, it’s a bigger crowd or because it’s live on television.
“We’re happy with the result and we’ll take a lot of positives from it, but we need to prove ourselves against the so-called lesser teams who may come here and sit in a little bit or be a bit more hard to break down and cause us problems on the counter-attack.”
But according to Rangers man Joe Aribo, their team were pretty slow to come out of the blocks which gave them a mountain to climb especially after they went behind.
Aribo said(as reported): “We wanted to go out there and get three points and unfortunately we weren’t able to do that so it’s frustrating.
“We started slow and then from there we were just constantly chasing the game so it was hard for us.
“We have to bounce back from this and we just need to take every game as it comes and put in performances from the off and throughout the 90 minutes.”