Football: Kilmarnock shock Rangers

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PREMIER Division newcomers Kilmarnock yesterday managed what no Scottish club achieved last season - a win at Ibrox.

A goal four minutes into injury time from a former Ranger, Bobby Williamson, secured the points, after Mark Roberts' opener for Kilmarnock was cancelled out by Steve Pressley.

It was Rangers' first home league defeat since March 1992. Their manager, Walter Smith, had no complaints: 'We can't take anything away from Kilmarnock. They worked hard.'

Rangers (4-4-2): A Maxwell; G Stevens, R Gough, S Pressley, D Robertson; T Steven, N Murray, I Ferguson, A Mikhailichenko; D Ferguson (I Durrant, 69 min), M Hateley. Subs not used: F Wishart, C Scott (gk).

Kilmarnock (4-4-2): B Geddes; A MacPherson, K Millen, S Montgomerie, T Black; M Skilling, A Mitchell, M Roberts (I Porteous, 90 min), S McSkimming; B Williamson, G McCluskey (R Brown, 90 min). Sub not used: G Matthews (gk).

Referee: I Taylor (Edinburgh)

Goals: Roberts (0-1, 62 min); Pressley (1-1, 73 min); Williamson (1-2, 90 min).