Rangers opened their Europa League campaign with a win tonight, beating Standard de Liège 2-0 in Belgium
Before entering a tough squad alongside Benfica and Lech Poznan, Steven Gerrard’s side needed a positive result from their first group game tonight
They led most of the game thanks to a James Tavernier penalty in the first half, but they were hanging on at the end of the game despite their dominance
As Standard Liege pressured into downtime, Kemar Roofe would set off in an incredible race to beat a number of opposition defenders He would continue to notice that the goalkeeper was out of his line, producing a remarkable lob from inside his half to secure all three points.
While this season is still in its infancy, we doubt you’ll see a better goal for the rest of the campaign
Rangers have started this season well, currently standing four points ahead of Celtic in the Scottish Premiership after playing one more game
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