Former Rangers striker Ally McCoist shared a brilliant Instagram picture of him reuniting with Giovanni van Bronckhorst following the Ibrox club’s victory against Hearts.

McCoist was alongside Ian Crocker and Andy Walker in the commentary booth for the league clash.

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Former Rangers striker Ally McCoist shared a brilliant Instagram picture of him reuniting with Giovanni van Bronckhorst. (Photo by Simon Stacpoole/Offside/Offside via Getty Images)

Following the match, he ran down to the side of the pitch to chat to the Dutchman, with a clearly giddy Kris Boyd following in tow to join the Ibrox legends.

RONALDO NEEDS TO STOP WHINING.

One can only imagine a Rangers team with both playing together, as McCoist had just left Rangers as van Bronckhorst joined, meaning they never got to play competitively together.

Although, the caption under his post read “Haven’t seen this fella since he crossed for my winner against AC Milan!!!” the two did play alongside each other in a friendly which pitted Rangers legends against Milan legends way back in March 2012.

McCoist scored the winner

The Ibrox side won the match 1-0 and it was of course Super Ally who scored the only goal, from a cross by van Bronckhorst.

The two will have plenty to catch up on after 9 years without seeing each other and it was a picture that would have sparked a nostalgia trip for Bears of a certain age.

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Former Rangers striker Ally McCoist shared a picture of him and Giovanni van Bronckhorst on Instagram yesterday after not seeing him since he set him up to score against AC Milan in 2012. (Photo by Simon Stacpoole/Offside/Offside via Getty Images)

McCoist will be loving the job that the 46-year-old is doing at the club right now and the way things are going, it could be an exciting season for the side as we chase glory on three fronts.

Meanwhile, Rangers fans have been reacting to van Bronckhorst’s tweet after all three points were won against Hearts.

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