Ronnie Ross, Inch: "It's a sickener to have lost two points in stoppage time but it's a decent result and it keeps our unbeaten run going. Eggert Jonsson was the man of the match."
Michael Hamilton, Tollcross: "We were so unlucky not to have won. Even after they equalised, we looked more likely to win it. We can be really proud of the performance. Christian Nade was stupid to get sent off."
John Miller, Haddington: "It's a sore one to take because we were so close to winning the game. Scott Robinson showed great striker's instinct to get his goal. A good effort."
Alan Douglas, Livingston: "I thought that we were outstanding in the second half and Rangers were lucky to get their customary goal in stoppage time. A point is always decent at Ibrox, however."
Barry Scott, Gilmerton: "We struggled in the first half but we were the better side after the interval. I'm satisfied with a point but we probably should have won the match. I was pleased with our display."
Craig Young, Glasgow: "An excellent point for Hearts but we were so close to picking up three points. I thought that we defended brilliantly and were unlucky not to win."
Keith Jordan, Dalkeith: "It was a brave display from Hearts and one that merited more than a draw. Rangers couldn't have had any complaints if we had won the match."
Gavin Richardson, Edinburgh: "It's hugely disappointing. I thought that we kept it tight, hit them on the break and played extremely well. We can't let the heads drop though and we need to push on now."
Jamie Crombie, Oxgangs: "It's so frustrating because we played the game perfectly and were so, so close to a precious win here. A draw isn't a bad result but you can't help but feel annoyed at not winning."
Car, Elphinstone: "Well done boys but a shame we didn't get three points. A great goal from wee Robbo but Rangers, as usual, got a last-minute goal.
"Christian Nade – what an idiot. We are struggling enough for strikers."
Tommy B, Uphall: "Once again after a great performance at Ibrox we blew it. I feel sorry for young Jason Robinson as he had a great game but man of the match was Marius Zaliukas."
Wee Keith, Albion Terrace: "A very interesting game to watch with the Jambos proving to be a very tough nut to crack for Rangers.
"Marian Kello had a great game in goal and was called on a few times. Christian Nade was having a good game until he stupidly blotted his copybook and got his marching orders in the 73rd minute but, only two minutes later, Scott Robinson got a lucky break when a ball broke to him and all he had to do was tap it in.
"Our joy was short-lived, though, when in injury time they got an equaliser. It was so near and yet so far but the lads played a great game and did deserve to win. If only we could get a couple of new faces in the team, we could be making a big challenge for the top spots."