Thanks for joining us here at BBC Scotland for that Scottish Cup classic. Look out for more great matches from our archives as we adjust to life without our weekly fix of watching our chosen team play in the flesh. Have a great evening. And remember, stay safe, folks. See you soon.
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- Quote Message: Paul Lambert has been brilliant for us. I was prepared to take that gamble. I am obviously disappointed for the players because they have put in a magnificent effort all season but they'll be back again. from Celtic manager Celtic O'Neill
- Quote Message: I think we showed everybody today how much we wanted this. The boys were fantastic, especially in the second half, when it was going from end to end. It shows how much the boys were together today. We're on the way back. The title next season is our aim. from Rangers winger Neil McCann
- Quote Message: It's the best feeling ever! You should try it! I thank the gaffer and all my team-mates from Rangers Scottish Cup final matchwinner Peter Lovenkrands
- Quote Message: I thought we deserved it. I was struggling a wee bit with my knee. Since Peter (Lovenkrands) has come in to the team he has done great. I want to stay. I'll have talks with the chairman (David Murray) next week. from Rangers captain Barry Ferguson
Alex McLeish is last to receive the famous old trophy and brings it down the Hampden steps to join the ticker-tape celebrations with his players. from Motherwell to Hibs, McLeish has made quite an impression since taking over at Ibrox from Dick Advocaat.Copyright: SNS
- Quote Message: I thought the players played really fantastic football over 90 minutes. Peter Lovenkrands is always a threat. I couldn't have asked for a better finish. When Peter put it in the back of the net I knew there was no way back for Celtic. The progress in the last six months has been fantastic. from Rangers manager Alex McLeish
That was an epic tussle! It's a sore one for Celtic with no time to respond. Two evenly matched teams went toe to toe but Rangers probably shaded it with their midfield play and speedy attacks. Barry Ferguson, ahead of lifting the trophy, goes round his team-mates, hugging them all. The Rangers fans are ecstatic.
Rangers have won the Scottish Cup. What a game!
Peter Lovenkrands celebrates scoring what must surely be the winner at Hampden.Copyright: SNS
It is bedlam - B-E-D-L-A-M - at Hampden as the Rangers fans acclaim what must surely be the winner by Peter Lovenkrands! Neil McCann clips the ball into the box from the left and the ever-alert forward wriggled free to head home. In the final minute of injury time, too!Copyright: BBC
We're in to the second and final minute of injury time.
It's Celtic who have the belief now! Stilian Petrov, Alan Thompson and John Hartson are causing the men in blue all sorts of problems in the dying seconds. Are Rangers spent?
You can almost feel Alan Thompson's despair as he eases away from two Rangers players and advances into the Rangers half. He may be exhausted but he is mindful to look up and plays the ball towards John Hartson but the striker slips and Rangers come away.
Peter Lovenkrands leaps like a gazelle to get an attempt on target from a tight angle but just cannot get enough purchase on his shot. Rab Douglas was well placed in any case and the big Celtic goalie makes a vital save. Under five minutes to go.
Incredible drama! Johan Mjallby is a yard off the goalline when he stops Fernando Ricksen's shot going into the Celtic net as Rangers create mayhem from Rab Douglas's attempt to cut out Neil McCann.s cross. Rangers looking the likelier to score!
Alan Thompson hasn't yet been able to get a clear sight of the Rangers goal to try a shot with that murderous left boot. He's had enough to deal with containing former Ajax favourite Ronald de Boer.Copyright: SNS
Rangers have adrenaline coursing through their veins now thanks to that equaliser. Peter Lovenkrands and Neil McCann look to have pace in their legs yet. We have less than a quarter of an hour to go.
- Quote Message: That is textbook stuff, right foot across the face of the goal. Goalkeeper can't get near it. What a finish from Eric Black On Scottish Cup Sportscene
Craig Moore is lucky to receive only a yellow card for his cynical tearing down of John Hartson as the Celtic striker thundered towards Stefan Klos's goal. He has a covering defender to thank for Hugh Dallas's leniency. Henrik Larsson takes the free-kick fractions of an inch away from the Rangers penalty box, but his strike hits the backside of Barry Ferguson in the Rangers wall.