Arch rival Scottish footie clubs Rangers and Celtic battled it out in the final Old Firm clash of the season on Sunday. With just one point between the teams, it was a crucial game.
1,000 extra police officers were on the streets of Glasgow to help stop any possible violence between fans.
It was revealed last week that Celtic manager Neil Lennon, and two high-profile fans of the club, were sent parcel bombs. Police are still hunting down who posted the explosives.
The first half at the Ibrox Stadium was lively but produced few chances. Rangers' Kyle Lafferty flashed a header wide after the break.
The biggest missed opportunity of the game was this Celtic penalty - taken by Georgios Samaras and superbly saved by Allan McGregor. The match finished a draw.
The clash was Rangers manager Walter Smith's final Old Firm game - his club still leads the SPL, but by just one point and having played one match more than Celtic.