The Scottish Premier League season finished with a bang in Edinburgh.
Rangers made the trip to the Scottish capital in need of three points to try and leapfrog Aberdeen into second place, but they couldn't manage the feat as they sensationally drew 5-5.
Hibernian soared into an early 3-0 lead, but were remarkably pegged back to 3-3 before half-time with James Tavanier, Jordan Rossiter and Bruno Alves getting the goals.
Then after the break, Jason Holt and Josh Windass put Steven Gerrard's new side into a 5-3 lead, before Hibernian came back.
Holt was sent off just before the end, with Jamie Maclaren scoring a dramatic late equaliser to claim his hat trick.
Despite the fact they had surrendered a 3-0 lead, there were some serious celebrations, with manager Neil Lennon bursting onto the pitch.
This has to go down as one of the great celebrations from a manager.
You don't see that every weekend.
As many will point out, it was perhaps a bit over the top given that Hibernian probably should have won the game, but maybe his old Celtic roots got the better of him.
The referee was quick to act and sent Lennon to the stands, but his reaction to it says all you need to know.
He couldn't care less!
The game will go down as one of the greatest in the history of Scottish football, with Rangers having to make do with a third-place finish.
Aberdeen's win away at Celtic meant that even a win wouldn't have been enough for Rangers, but to lose two points in such a way will be a big blow.
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