Date: 3rd May 2015 at 7:09pm
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Hearts’ season ended with a draw on Saturday as we came back to deny Rangers a win that would have sent them into the play-offs in high spirits, which was a win they looked on for having led for large periods at Tynecastle.

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As it happens, even if Rangers had held on to a two-goal lead and not seen this slip with a two-two draw the final outcome, our rivals Hibernian would have still finish second behind us having won themselves following a win against Falkirk.

We started well with our Player of the Year Walker making his way through the Rangers defence to leave himself one-on-one with ‘keeper Bell but he did what was required to keep the ball out.

Sow, looking for a penalty, was shown a yellow card for his actions as a penalty appeal was turned away with Vuckic going closest for Rangers, but his effort ended up in the side netting.

Shortly past the half hour mark though McGregor (32) headed Rangers into the lead with another penalty appeal coming when Sow went down again in the area, this time under a challenge from Bell but the referee wasn’t convinced. So convinced was Neilson that it was his protests got him sent to the stands and it was soon after that Miller (40) made it two.

Walker was again denied by Bell in the second half and Rangers looked like they would see this out, which could have been confirmed had our former defender Zaliukas done better with his header.

Having called for Zeefuik (82) from the bench he came on to make an impact when the deficit was reduced with eight-minutes to play as he headed home and as the game moved close to injury-time Zeefuik (90) was again on target as he fired home an equaliser from close range to earn us a point.

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