Allan McGregor admits he enjoyed a slice of good fortune as he helped Rangers to a 0-0 draw with Celtic.
The Gers keeper was called into action late on as Georgios Samaras stepped up to take a penalty for the Bhoys.
The Greek striker sent the ball low towards the bottom corner, but McGregor sprang to his left to palm the ball away from goal and keep the scores level.
The Scotland international made a number of other impressive stops during the course of a crucial encounter at Ibrox, but admitted afterwards that his most important save relied more on luck than skill.
McGregor told Sky Sports: "It's just luck at the time. Every penalty is different, so there was a bit of luck to it.
"They did have chances, but I thought we had the better chances. Unfortunately we didn't manage to take them. We had a good few opportunities, but it was 0-0 in the end."
Gers skipper David Weir shared McGregor's view on the Old Firm stalemate, with a point apiece doing Walter Smith's side few favours.
"We are a bit disappointed because we thought we were the better team on the day," he said.
"I thought we had the better chances and deserved to win. Obviously we owe Allan for saving the penalty, but I didn't think it was a penalty in the first place."
Rangers continue to lead the way in the Scottish Premier League table, but Celtic sit just a point off the pace and still have a game in hand on their Glasgow rivals.
Asked if the Bhoys hold the upper-hand in the title race, Weir said: "Probably, they have got the potential to get more points than us. But we have been champions before, we have been the distance before, and we know what it takes. We will come out fighting still because there is still a bit to go."