Rangers suffered one of the worst defeats in their history as they lost 2-0 to Luxembourg side Progres Niederkorn to exit the Europa League in the first qualifying round.
The Scottish Premiership side had recorded a narrow 1-0 victory in the first leg at Ibrox, but a historic victory from the hosts in Luxembourg resulted in a 2-1 aggregate defeat for Pedro Caixinha's men.
Goals from Emmanuel Fracoise and Sebastian Thill saw Progres progress to the second qualifying round, having never won a European fixture before and only ever scoring one goal in a continental game.
The shock result saw Rangers draw a lot of criticism online, with some fans and pundits describing the result as 'humiliating' and 'embarrassing' for the Old Firm club.
"It gave me a great level of satisfaction to know how much the Rangers fans were hurting after we'd beaten their team."
Chris Sutton pic.twitter.com/nOKTigLGK3 — CelticQuote (@CelticQuote) July 4, 2017
Progrès Niederkorn of Luxembourg have knocked Rangers out of the #UEL!
Before today they had never won a game in European competition pic.twitter.com/h8pE2ojGgv — BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) July 4, 2017
THIS IS HOW IT FEELS TO BE RANGERS
THIS IS HOW IT FEELS TO BE SMALL
THIS IS HOW IT FEELS WHEN YOUR PASSPORT'S BACK IN YOUR DRAWER — (@donn_1967) July 4, 2017
"Celtic losing to Lincoln Red Imps is the worst result in Scottish football history."
Rangers: "Hold my beer." — CelticBible (@CelticBible) July 4, 2017
Rangers dumped out of European competition to a team that finished 4th in the Luxembourg league. Utterly humiliating for Scottish football. — Jonathan Sutherland (@BBCjsutherland) July 4, 2017
Rangers will now turn their attentions back to the Scottish Premiership, having finished third last season, 41 points behind Brendan Rodgers' Celtic.