Nothing seems wrong…
Everything seems to depend on the opening quarter. How intense and excited was the 12th man that Rangers started the match with? As expected fierce but not fatal. It was ineffective and failed to create a great opportunity.
Well, there was a header from Kulak after 10 minutes, but he had to wait until a second header, in half an hour, for a real danger on goal. Morris stood spectator and saved the Rangers from mental reinforcement.
Things are starting to look more optimistic for the union. Van Bronckhorst’s skin color started to pale, Ibrox became calmer and They calmed down and the Rangers themselves started making mistakes out of frustration.
Although fate was not on the side of the Union tonight. Seppi van der Heyden touched the ball with his arm on a high cross, and the Greek referee did not hesitate and pointed to the point.
A gift that Captain Tavernier was very happy to unwrap. He put Morris on the wrong track and just before halftime he unexpectedly fired Rangers into a much-needed lead.
Even after the break, the Rangers continued to struggle with football. But after the first big chance, fifteen minutes later, the price was already up. Morris’ first save with a close shot from Arfield was a bluff as Kulak mercilessly nodded on the counter.
And as if things couldn’t get any worse, Morris made a complete mistake in the last shot. Another high cross was wrongly judged: Morris went wrong and Tillman headed the ball into the net in front of him.
The union was still looking for a connection target and potential extensions. But she followed her direction throughout the match: despite the high pressure from the Rangers, he was never able to hold on to the counter. In the end, Lazar was given another red card.
Glasgow thus became the early Champions League final stop for the FA, but a place in the Europa League group stage is also a great legacy after an impressive first season in the top flight.
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