Rabbi Matondo spoke to the media after the Old Firm draw at Ibrox. Here is everything he said.

Was that the biggest goal of your career?

One hundred percent, especially in a game like this. We know how much it means to everyone involved with Rangers, so to get a goal like that and to help the team get something from the game was obviously a moment I’ll keep forever.

You ran straight over to the manager when you scored...

I ran over to him because before the game we were speaking and he asked me if I saw Kevin De Bruyne’s goal yesterday. We work a lot in training and he works a lot with me on cutting in and getting shots off and keeping it low in the corners. So, I said to him ‘yeah, I did see Kevin De Bruyne’s goal’, but it wasn’t quite low in the corner the way he wants me to do it. But he said that when you get to that level like Kevin De Bruyne has, that’s basically his low corner, the top corner. So, he said ‘you will get there maybe one day’, and I said, ‘I’ll show you today!’ And yeah, I think I showed it quite well! So, I ran over to him to embrace him, and it was nice.

Did you know as soon as you hit it that it was in?

Do you know what? I can’t really remember it right now, it’s all a blur. It happened so quick. I just thought to take my man on and just get a shot off, and thankfully it’s flown into the top corner.

Was that a point won or two points dropped?

It was positive because the way the game started, you could all see like it was - it wasn't ideal at all. The first half was kind of sticky, but we came in at half time and the gaffer gave us his message. He even said that he didn't recognise the team he's been working with for the last five months and obviously the boys took that to heart and it showed. Tav steps up to take a penalty like that and it's unbelievable, because he's obviously missed his last two. To step up like that and the way the game started, for him to hit it in the top corner like that takes some courage. Fair play to him and the boys kicked on from there. We improved in the second half.

Is that about mental strength today?

100 per cent - and from everyone. The first half wasn't the best from us and we showed in the second half what team that we are.

What was said by manager at half time?

He just said we need to find the courage and mentality, get playing and be confident, not be afraid. I feel like we did that in the second half, his message helped.