Giovanni van Bronckhorst pays tribute to Rangers' 'massive' relief efforts before warning PSV Eindhoven that they cannot afford the same head start. did. The Ibrox team overturned his two-point deficit in the first leg with a tumultuous Ibrox defeating Union Sanjiroise by his three men, and theChampions' leaguegroup of his I kept my hopes up on stage.
James Stavernier's penalty near the end of the first half was the springboard for further strikes for Antonio Corac and Malik his Tillman, andRangers had a disastrous second. Belgium correct a mistake in the first leg. After beating Monaco 3-2 at the Philips Stadion, the Netherlands next face his PSV in free scoring led by Ruud van Nistelrooy.
and Van Bronckhorst told his players he would need to bang in both legs to secure his place at the table at the top of Europe. He told his BBC Sportsound: "(It was the same atmosphere as in Leipzig.) The stakes were very high for last week's performance and we had to hit two goals.
Away goals are a little easier than before But it was very important to keep a clean sheet and score as many goals as possible to score.We did really well, this game needs a big performance and the players have a big performance. It's (a giant carrot to reach the group stage), so I'm really happy that we're still in contention for the group stage.
made it very difficult today we needed a great performance and in the end we achieved it but we need two good performances to face PSV in the next round what went wrong It was last Tuesday, but you need two games like the one we posted today to have a chance to win."