News emerged on Friday afternoon via multiple outlets, including BBC Sport, that Alfredo Morelos had lost an appeal against a yellow card picked up against Aberdeen.
The striker was booked half an hour into the midweek Scottish Cup quarter-final replay.
However, this time, it wasn’t for an act of petulance or a reckless challenge.
It was for simulation.
The problem with that, though, is that upon further inspection, there seemed to be contact.
The 22-year-old went over in the area under pressure from Andrew Considine and rather than a fully fledged dive, it looked as though the defender helped him on his way.
Unfortunately, for Rangers, the SFA judicial panel deemed there wasn’t enough evidence to overturn referee, Steven McLean’s decision.
Of course, given the defeat, there is no semi-final to miss.
Therefore, El Buffalo will be suspended for the club’s first Scottish Cup fixture next season.
It’s not the first time the Gers have lost such an appeal this season.
Most recently, Allan McGregor lost his fight against a two-match ban for violent conduct.
When the news broke on Friday afternoon, some Rangers fans were not impressed.
Here’s a selection of reactions:
Anyone else, that a foul and a pen.
— David Cation (@colt1873) March 15, 2019
— 🇬🇧Ryan Rossi🇬🇧 (@RyanRossiWATP) March 15, 2019
embarrassment of a system. There was clearly contact therefore there is no way they can claim it was diving. About time somebody took this utter incompetents to task. Couldn’t run a bath.
— Div® (@divrome) March 15, 2019
— Andy (@burts91_) March 15, 2019
What a surprise!!!!!
— ɹnoɯlı⅁ pıʌɐᗡ (@DavidGilmour198) March 15, 2019
1. It's a rangers player.
2. It's Alfredo Morelos.
— king David (@bulloobear) March 15, 2019