This is the moment Steven Gerrard's post-match interview was interrupted by Kilmarnock's delirious players after they came from behind to earn a victory at Rugby Park.

Gerrard's men had taken a fine lead through Scott Arfield and went into the second-half with a lead. But goals from Stephen O'Donnell and Eamonn Brophy flipped the script and sealed three valuable points for top-six chasing Killie.

The result meant everything to Alex Dyer's charges and they could be heard chanting and celebrating - while Gers boss Gerrard was giving his opinion to BT Sport's cameras.

The Ibrox manager kept his composure despite the background noise to complete his interview where he discussed the controversy surrounding Killie's equaliser. Rory McKenzie appeared to handle the ball inside the Gers box before Niko Hamalainen's cross-cum-shot was helped home by O'Donnell.

Though Gerrard admitted the goal was fine. "That's not a handball," Gerrard said. "It's a soft cross to me that's going away from the goal and we've got three vs one. The kid is about 5ft 7 and I've got three defenders going to clear the box and we don't.

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"They get a bit of luck with the cross but it's still a good finish. The second goal is absolute schoolboy. One long ball, a flick-on and a good finish. You can't win anything at this level of football with defending like that."

Gerrard also accepted that Celtic - who beat Hearts 5-0 last night - are serious favourites now to go and win the Premiership having taken a 10 point lead.

He added: "It's very tough, you've got to look at the form of other people that are relentless right now. But we keep going and try to change the situation we've put ourselves in and we'll see how it goes from game to game. But there's no denying they [Celtic] are in the driving seat."