Rangers captain Barry Ferguson felt his team deserved their point against Barcelona.
The Gers skipper played a crucial part in the midfield as the Scottish giants stifled their continental opponents - limiting the Spaniards to just a handful of clear-cut chances as their UEFA Champions League clash ended 0-0 at Ibrox.
"It is a fantastic result for us," Ferguson told Sky Sports.
"Everyone knows Barcelona is one of the best teams in the world so to get a point from them is a great achievement and we are delighted.
"We knew Barcelona would have a lot of possession, but I think we stopped them creating and they only had three or four chances."
Rangers keeper Allan McGregor - who went largely untroubled for the 90 minutes - was full of praise for his team-mates.
"It is obviously pleasing from my own point of view, but I think everyone should take a lot of credit, the whole team worked hard and got the result," he told Sky Sports.
"I had one or two things to do, and I coped with it fine - they had a lot of possession which we knew they would but they never really got behind us."
McGregor is now hopeful that The Gers can got to Barcelona in two weeks and get another result.
"We can take a lot of confidence, we know we can handle them," he said.
"We know it is different circumstances but we can take a lot of confidence into the game.
"All we need is one more win and hopefully that will take us through."