IT was the Late, Late Show for Rangers against Aberdeen at Pittodrie last night.

Scott Arfield hit a dramatic double in added time to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat against the Dons.

The ex-Canada international struck on the 95th and 97th minutes in the north east to secure a 3-2 win for Michael Beale's men.

However, if you were listening to BBC Radio Scotland late last night, you'd have been forgiven for thinking it was actually Aberdeen who had won the encounter.

Jim Goodwin's match held the lead in the match until Arfield's deadly double in stoppage time. 

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Goals by Duk and Leighton Clarkson cancelled out Fashion Sakala's early strike for Rangers.

Despite live match coverage having just finished on the channel, BBC clearly weren't up to speed with the goings-on at Pittodrie for their 10pm news bulletin.

During the news update, their report was read as: "In sport, Aberdeen scored two stunning goals to come from behind and beat Rangers in a pulsating match, and further damage their visitors' hopes of reeling in Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic.

"Fashion Sakala jabbed Rangers ahead after 13 minutes by Duk and Leighton Clarkson earned Rangers their first win in 13 attempts against their Glasgow visitors."

It seems likely that the report was filed early, before the game had been played to a finish not long prior to 10pm.