This is the moment that Borna Barisic was involved in a heated row with a Rangers fan at the weekend.

The Croatia international was filmed exchanging furious words with the supporter in the carpark outside Ibrox as he and his fellow teammates signed autographs following their win over Kilmarnock.

The 31-year-old started at left-back for Philippe Clement's side on Sunday. Goals from Fabio Silva, Ben Davies, Tom Lawrence and John Souttar cancelled out Matty Kennedy's early opener for the visitors, as the Light Blues maintained the three-point gap to Celtic.

Despite the win, which keeps Rangers' hopes of winning the Premiership title alive heading into next week's Old Firm derby, it appears some fans were still unhappy with the team - and certain individuals in particular. 

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In a clip widely shared on social media last night, Barisic could be seen on the far side of the car park greeting fans and signing their merchandise. 

Around 50 seconds in, the defender could be seen angrily reacting to something said by a member of the crowd. This was clearly audible for Barisic, who was standing mere yards away from the fan. 

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Barisic moved back up the queue towards the stadium to confront the man.

He could be seen going face-to-face with the fan before raising his hands to push them away. Barisic was then directed away, as official club stewards tried to defuse the situation which had caught the eye of fans in the surrounding area.

His fellow teammate Jack Butland was also involved in an argument with a supporter after the match.

The player's days at Ibrox appear to be numbered with his contract due to expire at the end of this season.

Until a recent injury suffered by Ridvan Yilmaz, Barisic has played second fiddle to the Turkish defender in recent months under Clement.

Reports suggest that he has agreed to sign for Trabzonspor in Turkey when his deal is up in Glasgow. 

And he could well be joined by teammate John Lundstram, who is also attracting interest from those in Trabzon.