June 20, 2024

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Desires scored the first goal for Rangers but was disappointed after being fouled by a penalty kick against Glad Genk Servet  UEFA Champions League 2023/2024

Desires scored the first goal for Rangers but was disappointed after being fouled by a penalty kick against Glad Genk Servet UEFA Champions League 2023/2024

  1. 45′ – Penalty – Chris Pedia (2-1)
  2. 16′ – Goal – Cyril Desires (2-0)
  3. 14′ – Yellow – David Doolin
  4. 7′ – Penalty kick – James Tavernier (1-0)
  1. 90 + 4′ – Steve Royler continued by Anthony Barone
  2. 89′ – Nicholas Raskin continues with Scott Wright
  3. 89′ – continued Cyriel Dessers by Ianis Hagi
  4. 80′ – Chris Bedia continued from Ronnie Rodlin
  5. 78′ – continued Sam Lammers by Kieran Doyle
  6. 78′ – Ryan Jack is completed by Jose Cifuentes
  7. 66′ – Danilo continues for Abdullah Sima
  8. 65′ – Follow Boubacar Fofana for Samba Diba
  9. 61′ – Yellow 2 – David Doolin
  10. 58′ – Yellow – John Souttar
  11. 51′ – Yellow – Todd Cantwell

An evening with mixed feelings for Cyriel Dessers. And in the third qualifying round for the Champions League, the striker scored his first goal for the Scotland Rangers team. Only Dessers also inflicts an unfortunate penalty against executioner Servette’s Genk, meaning his team goes to return in Switzerland by a small margin.

His primordial cry betrayed relief.

In a vital Champions League match against Servette, Cyril Desires scored his first goal for Scottish Rangers. A true forward goal blew Ibrox out for the second time in the first quarter.

Earlier, teammate James Tavernier had started the party by converting a penalty kick.

With a 2-0 down, Rangers looked like they were on their way back in Switzerland with an excellent starting position. Only Racing Genk knows better than anyone: with Servette you never end.

Shortly before the break, Desires’ joy turned to frustration when he conceded a penalty with an unfortunate handball. An opportunity his old friend Chris Pedia did not miss.

On the clock the visitors (just like in Genk) had to go on with ten, but managed to limit the damage to 2-1. Desires saw the second goal converted by the visiting goalkeeper.

So everything is still possible for the second leg next week.

  1. The second half, the 100th minute is over

  2. Second half, minute 94. Servette substitution, Anthony Barron inside, Steve Royler outside
  3. Second half, 89th minute. Rangers substitution, Scott Wright, Nicholas Raskin
  4. Second half, 89th minute. Rangers substitution, Iannis Hagi, Cyril Desires
  5. Second half, 80th minute. Substituted in Servette FC, Ronnie Rodlin in, Chris Pedia out
  6. Second half, 78th minute. Rangers substitution, Kieran Doyle, Sam Lammers out
  7. Second half, 78th minute. Rangers substitution, Jose Cifuentes in, Ryan Jack out
  8. Second half, 66th minute. Rangers, Abdullah Sima replaced in, Danilo out
  9. Second half, minute 65. Servette substitution, Samba Diba inside, Boubacar Fofana outside
  10. Second yellow card for David Doolin of Servette FC during the second half, 61st minute
  11. Yellow card for John Souttar of Rangers during the second half, minute 58
  12. Yellow card for Todd Cantwell, Rangers during the second half, minute 51
  13. Second half, 46th minute, the game started
  14. First half, 49th minute, the match is over
  15. Chris Bedia (Servette FC) puts the ball in and converts the penalty kick. First half, 45th minute.
  16. Goal after a penalty kick during the first half, 45th minute by Chris Pedia of Servette FC. 2, 1.
  17. Scores by Cyril Desires (Rangers). It’s 2 – 0. First half, min. 16.
  18. First half goal, 16th minute, by Cyril Desires of Rangers. 2, 0.
  19. Yellow card for David Douline from Servette FC during the first half, minute 14
  20. James Tavernier (Rangers) puts the ball into the box and converts the penalty kick. First half, min. 7.