Rangers were last night trolled as the Dens Park DJ rubbed salt in their wounds after the title slip-up against Dundee.

Philippe Clement's side were unable to claim victory in the final Scottish Premiership fixture before the slip.

The Ibrox side - playing the match at the third attempt after two postponements - couldn't break down the hosts who had every intention of winning the match themselves.

However, come full time both sides had to settle for a share of the spoils.

Dundee did gain ground on St Mirren in the chase for Europe in the top half of the table thanks to the point.

But, for Rangers the draw means a three-point gap is now in place with Celtic out in front in the title race with just five matches left to play.

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And to make matters worse, the dejected Rangers players and fans were trolled by music choices at Dens Park as the DJ poked fun at the postponement problems then again at full time.

During the half-time interval, numerous tracks were blared out over the sound system with a very common theme - rain.

The Dens Park DJ poked fun at the call-offs with  I'm Only Happy When It Rains, Cry Me a River and Nightswimming part of the playlist at the break.

And at full time Rangers were again trolled as adopted Ibrox anthem 'I'm Feeling It' was boomed around Dens Park.

Rangers supporters often belt out the tune after big results at Ibrox with the song regularly played in the run to the Europa League final in 2022.