Borna Barisic was the coolest man on the planet as he slotted home a dramatic winning penalty to give Rangers a stunning 4-3 win over Royal Antwerp in the Europa League.
The Croatian left-back made no mistake from the spot for a second time in match as he sealed the victory for his side in the the dying embers of the clash to hand them the advantage in their round of 32 tie.
And Barisic made his feelings known to Antwerp goalkeeper Ortwin De Wolf straight after his winning penalty.
The 28-year-old taunted the Belgian stopper with a hard-faced stare down after winning the match for his side.
You can have a look at his stare down, below…
In a clash that had everything, Scotland’s champions-elect held their nerve to salvage their unbeaten run in continental action this term and claim a vital first-leg lead.
Things looked to be going to plan for the Light Blues at the Bosuilstadion as Joe Aribo fired them ahead – only for Antwerp to hit back in a controversial end to the first half with goals from Felipe Avenatti and Lior Refaelov.
Barisic – making his 100th appearance for the Ibrox outfit – levelled it up with his first penalty only for Gers to concede again as some more poor defending allowed Martin Hongla to score.
But Rangers made it 10 games without defeat in Europe this term as Ryan Kent’s equaliser and another Barisic spot-kick sealed a frenetic finale.