In 1991, Rangers were 4:2 winners over Hibs at Ibrox thanks to a brace from Ally McCoist, one from De Graafschap manager Pieter Huistra and an own goal by Joe Tortolano.
McCoist opened the scoring with a low shot that deflected off a Hibs defender on the way in before Tortolano was unlucky as a crossed ball lashed off his leg and in to the net.
However, Rangers’ class shone through in the last ten minutes as Ally McCoist lashed home a free kick from outside the box before Huistra scored with another spectacular dead ball in the last minute of the match.
Towering centre-half Colin ‘Bomber’ Jackson who gave Rangers 20 years of tremendous service is celebrating his birthday today.
Born in London on October 8 1946, Jackson signed from Sunnybank Athletic in Aberdeen in 1963 and is one of only three Rangers players to be capped by Scotland despite being born outside - Richard Gough and John Little are the others.
Rangers fans will always remember the dying moments of the 1978-79 League Cup Final against Aberdeen when he headed the winning goal in the 90th minute. You can read Bomber’s Hall of Fame profile here.