Rangers loan duo Kieran Wright and Rhys Breen were involved in a dreadful 1-0 defeat for Partick Thistle against Cove Rangers on Saturday afternoon.
Both players joined the Jags on season-long loan deals ahead of the start of the League One campaign and impressed in a pre-season friendly against Hearts early last month.
Manager, Ian McCall, secured plenty of signings over the summer and the aim for Thistle is to bounce straight back into the Championship following their controversial 2019/20 relegation.
However, they were beaten by Clyde on the opening day and after bouncing back with a home win over Airdrieonians last weekend, they were downed by newly-promoted Cove Rangers on Saturday.
Rangers loanee Kieran Wright started his second consecutive game in goal for the Jags, while fellow Gers academy prospect Rhys Breen was named at centre-back.
The visitors looked in control for much of the contest at the Balmoral Stadium but despite registering a handful of shots on target, they were unable to find a breakthrough.
Then, just as the game appeared to be petering out into a 0-0 draw, an already disappointing day turned disastrous.
In the 94th minute, Cove substitute Rory McAllister dinked a finish over Wright to hand the hosts their third straight victory and send the Jags back to Glasgow empty-handed.
It was a poor result and it’s a poor start to the season for the Maryhill-based side, with both Wright and Breen still searching for their first clean sheets for the club.