Rangers fans have been reacting to a video from inside the Hearts dressing room at Murrayfield in 2018.

The Jambos released a strongly-worded statement last night after Rangers branding was used to deface the interior of the Hearts home dressing room during yesterday's Sky Sports Cup final, which finished 4-1 to Jo Potter's side against Partick Thistle at Tynecastle. 

A photo emerged from inside the Rangers dressing room, with the club's badge plastered on top of the Hearts badge in the centre of the floor space. 

This provoked a largely angry reaction from Hearts fans regarding the matter, with the club 'demanding answers' from Rangers over the incident. 

Now, a clip from October 2018 has emerged from Hearts' X account which shows numerous photos on the dressing room walls inside Murrayfield, with the club badge also on display at the home of Scottish Rugby.

Hearts played four games at Murrayfield during the first half of the 2017/18 campaign while the main stand was redeveloped at Tynecastle.

And a year later, on October 28, 2018, they returned to play Brendan Rodgers' Celtic team in the semi-finals of the League Cup. The Hoops ran out 3-0 winners.

The social media video that has surfaced was from that day - and several Rangers fans have made their feelings known after Sunday's controversy at Tynecastle.

One wrote: "Well well well."

Another said: "Hearts would never do that in someone else's stadium... oh wait."

A third added: "Oh dear."

A fourth said: "There is always a tweet..."

Another said: "You'd think they would have deleted this before issuing that statement yesterday.  Tinpot stuff."

And another rounded off: "Hearts have absolutely Hibsed it here. Very, very embarrassing."

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Hearts statement on Sunday read: "Heart of Midlothian Football Club is aware of images circulating of the Tynecastle Park home dressing room at today’s Sky Sports Cup Final.

"Although the club hands over the running of the stadium on the day to the competition organisers - the SWPL - we were involved with pre-match planning.

"We would therefore like to assure our supporters that we did not approve any request for dressing room branding in either dressing room for either club involved.

"It is extremely disappointing to learn that our wishes were disregarded. How this came to be is a matter for the SWPL and Rangers to sort, but needless to say no explanation will be satisfactory in our eyes or the eyes of our fans.

"Nevertheless, we will demand answers to ensure that our club crest is never defaced again.

"It is also regrettable that this action has taken away the focus from what was a successful cup final and another opportunity to grow women’s football in Scotland."