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Rangers - Borussia Dortmund
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FULL-TIME: RANGERS WIN 6-4 ON AGGREGATE!
One of the best night's in the club's history is complete! Rangers have done it! They have knocked out the mighty Dortmund and progress to the last-16 of the Europa League!
Kent eats up a lot of ground as he looks to rubber-stamp the victory with a run on the counter, he tries an early shot but it's straightforward for Kobel. It matters little as Rangers are moments from what would be a famous victory.
FOUR ADDITIONAL MINUTES ARE CONFIRMED
It's all Dortmund but Rangers are standing firm defensively.
RANGERS ARE ALMOST THERE
There are going to be four minutes of added time, apparently.
- OffMarco ReusBorussia Dortmund
- OnAxel WitselBorussia Dortmund
Reus hobbles off the pitch and is replaced by Witsel.
FIVE MINUTES REMAINING
Rangers are almost there. Ibrox has turned up the volume. The Scottish giants are on the verge of a great result.
Reus floats in a cross, Moukoko meets it but can't keep his header down.
Time is running out for Dortmund and their desperation is evident. They need two goals in nine minutes.
- OffDonyell MalenBorussia Dortmund
- OnSteffen TiggesBorussia Dortmund
Malen is off, Tigges is on.
With Dortmund throwing so many bodies forward in search of a goal, they're leaving themselves sort at the back. Ken races through the centre on the counter but the attack fizzles out.
Moukoko is immediately involved, dragging a shot wide of the post. If Rangers go out now - after having a seemingly good goal ruled out for offside - it would be hugely controversial.
But the visitors still have a lot to do.
- OffJulian BrandtBorussia Dortmund
- OnYoussoufa MoukokoBorussia Dortmund
Moukoko takes the place of Brandt.
- OffScott ArfieldRangers
- OnGlen KamaraRangers
Kamara comes on for Arfield.
RANGERS GOAL DISALLOWED!
Wow, what a big decision this is! Ally McCoist on BT Sport commentary calls it scandalous! Morelos robs Can, races through on goal and rolls it to Kent for a tap-in.
It goes to VAR and after a lengthy check the goal is disallowed! Morelos is adjudged to have fouled Can but that is... harsh.
WATCH: TAVERNIER AT THE DOUBLE
Wow, what scenes!
CHANCE FOR DORTMUND!
Bellingham's perfectly weighted pass releases Reus, he rounds McGregor but slips at the crucial moment and he can only find the side-netting from a tight angle.
A HUGE MOMENT AT IBROX
And suddenly the momentum is back with the hosts! Van Bronckhorst's decision to move to a back five has paid dividends, it seems.
- GoalJames TavernierRangers
GOAL! RANGERS 2-2 DORTMUND (JAMES TAVERNIER) 6-4 ON AGGREGATE
Unbelievable scenes at Ibrox! Tavernier races to the back post in anticipation of Bassey's cross and it's great technique as he fires his half-volley past Kobel!
Rangers' dream is alive!
Kent does brilliantly, cutting in from the left. Morelos takes control, his first touch allows him the space to get his shot away but Kobel is down quickly to make the save.
- Yellow cardNico SchulzBorussia Dortmund
A fast one-touch passing move from Rangers is brought to an end as Schulz pulls the shirt of Tavernier. The referee produces the yellow card.
JACK MAKES AMENDS
The Rangers midfielder gives possession away with a really sloppy pass but he redeems himself with a smart tackle on Reus.
- Yellow cardJude BellinghamBorussia Dortmund
Bellingham talks himself into a yellow card as Rangers are awarded a corner.
Morelos gives Hummers a nudge and gets free down the right. He carves in and tries to beat Kobel at his near post, but the Dortmund goalkeeper is equal to it!
A NERVY MOMENT IN RANGERS' DEFENCE
Balogun receives a pass from his goalkeeper that he clearly doesn't want. He's put under immediate pressure by the press and his attempted clearance is charged down, the ball bouncing behind for a goal-kick.
DORTMUND ON THE ATTACK IMMEDIATELY
Dahoud has a chance to play Malen through on goal but he overhits the pass and Rangers have a goal-kick.
- 2nd Half
Dortmund get the second half underway!
It looks like Rangers have gone to a back-five.
- OffThomas MeunierBorussia Dortmund
- OnMarius WolfBorussia Dortmund
Meunier's game is up, he's replaced by Wolf.
- OffBorna BarišicRangers
- OnLeon BalogunRangers
Balogun replaces Barisic at the break.
- End of 1st Half
HALF-TIME: RANGERS 1-2 DORTMUND - 5-4 ON AGGREGATE
After Rangers took an early lead through Tavernier's penalty, the momentum shifted as Bellingham drew Dortmund level before Malen gave the visitors the lead.
Rangers' aggregate lead is now extremely slender. It's all set up for a fascinating second half!
MCGREGOR COMES TO RANGERS' RESCUE!
Malen stands up a teasing cross into the home side's box, Meunier can only get a slight touch on the ball and McGregor is alert to make the save!
TWO MINUTES WILL BE ADDED ON
Rangers will be glad to hear the half-time whistle.
ANOTHER CHANCE FOR MALEN!
Rangers are living really dangerously! Malen tricks his way into the penalty area, he gives the goalkeeper the eyes as he creates space for a shot but drags his effort wide of McGregor's near post.
- GoalDonyell MalenBorussia Dortmund
GOAL! RANGERS 1-2 DORTMUND (DONYELL MALEN) - 5-4 ON AGGREGATE
The momentum in this match is shifting as Dortmund lead!
Brandt rolls a ball across the box, Bellingham flicks it on and Malen is perfectly positioned to tap it home.
Just a goal separates the sides on aggregate now!
WHAT A TALENT
WATCH: BELLINGHAM DRAWS DORTMUND LEVEL
It's all square on the night!
Lundstrum 'takes one for the team' with a cynical foul as Dortmund counter and it's no surprise when the referee produces a yellow card.
Arfield is through one on one with the goalkeeper! Kent is unmarked and waiting for the tap in but his team mate opts to go for goal but his low shot is repelled by Kobel!
Morelos pounces on the rebound but it's cleared off the line!
Both players return to the action and are fine to continue.
There's a stoppage in play as Meunier collides with Barisic, with the latter receiving a blow to the head.
- GoalJude BellinghamBorussia Dortmund
GOAL! RANGERS 1-1 DORTMUND (JUDE BELLINGHAM) - 5-3 ON AGGREGATE
Poor defensive work from Rangers and Bellingham takes full advantage as Dortmund draw level on the night!
Goldson fails to clear inside the box, it falls kindly to the England international and he makes no mistake, slotting it past McGregor at his near post.
WHAT A MOMENT FOR RANGERS
And what an excellent spot-kick from Tavenier, who scored his 10th European goal for the club in some style.
BIG SAVE FROM MCGREGOR!
Bellingham tees up Brandt who gets plenty of power in his shot but it's straight down the middle and McGregor pushes it clear.
IBROX IS ABSOLUTELY BOUNCING
It was loud before, but now... wow. What an atmosphere! The first goal tonight was always going to be crucial and Rangers have grabbed it. This could completely kill Dortmund's spirit.
- Goal by penaltyJames TavernierRangers
GOAL! RANGERS 1-0 DORTMUND (JAMES TAVERNIER, PEN) 5-2 ON AGGREGATE!
Tavernier steps up, Kobel dives to his left and the Rangers captain slots the ball right down the middle.
A superb penalty!
PENALTY TO RANGERS!
Kent is tripped at the top of the box and it's a simple decision for the referee as he points to the spot!
A snapshot from Bellingham fails to trouble McGregor in the Rangers goal. Van Bronckhorst insisted his side wouldn't sit back to protect their lead but in this instance their defence didn't get out quickly enough after successfully defending a corner.
SHOT DEFLECTED BEHIND
Dortmund are beginning to exert pressure as Hazard picks up a pocket of space and wins a corner with a deflected shot. Lundstrum wins the header at the near post to clear the resulting set-piece.
Lundstrum sticks out an arm across the chest of Meunier, who throws himself to ground inside the Rangers penalty area. Dortmund's appeals for a penalty are half-hearted and the referee isn't interested.
GOOD FOOTBALL FROM THE HOSTS
Rangers build out from the back with patient possession, spreading it out wide to Tavernier. However, he takes a heavy touch and Schulz nips in to stop him in his tracks.
Morelos looks level with the defence as he latches onto a chipped ball over the top but the offside flag goes up
Meunier is fortunate not to receive a yellow card for a foul on Kent. The Rangers supporters certainly make their feelings known to the referee as he keeps his cards in his pocket.
A MISTAKE BY RANGERS AS ...
Tavernier is robbed by Reus but his attempted pass is intercepted by Jack in a scrappy passage of play.
BELLINGHAM DENIED BY THE POST!
The corner delivery isn't dealt with and Bellingham comes out of nowhere and gets something on the ball. Ibrox stands still for a moment as the ball hits the post!
DORTMUND WIN A CORNER
Schulz controls Dahoud's diagonal ball and forces a corner as his cross is blocked by Tavernier.
RANGERS START ON THE FRONT FOOT
The hosts win an early free-kick. Tavernier whips in a great ball, it's slightly behind Morelos and he can't keep his header down.
Rangers get the ball moving!
There's a terrific atmosphere, as you would expect and Ibrox is filled to capacity with around 3,000 travelling supporters in attendance.
FIVE MINUTES UNTIL KICK-OFF!
It's Rangers versus Dortmund in the Europa League playoff. After the first leg ended 4-2 to the Scottish giants, tonight's visitors to Ibrox have it all to do.
Strap yourself in, this is going to be a great game!
Dortmund have lost four of their seven away matches against Scottish sides in European competition (W2 D1), although this is their first visit since November 1999 in the UEFA Cup, a 2-0 defeat to Rangers. Their two wins have come against Celtic (1992, UEFA Cup) and Motherwell (1994, UEFA Cup).
CELTIC ARE OUT OF THE EUROPA CONFERENCE LEAGUE
Fans of Rangers will take great delight!
LAST TIME OUT...
Dortmund bounced back in emphatic fashion as they kept their Bundesliga title hopes alive.
GOOD OMENS FOR GERS
In the UEFA Europa League (since 2009-10), only one side has ever won the first leg of a knockout tie by 2+ goals away from home and then not gone on to qualify: Real Betis vs Sevilla in 2013-14 (won 2-0 first leg, lost 2-0 second leg, lost on pens).
DORTMUND NEED TO FIND BALANCE - MARCO ROSE
“The situation is clear and we need to score two goals," said the Dortmund boss.
“We know that but we are trying not to think too much about it.
“We know we have to keep the balance between attacking and defending but we need to score two goals so of course we need to attack."
WE WILL TRY TO WIN THE GAME - VAN BRONCKHORST
Are Rangers tempted to sit back and defend their lead? Their manager insists not...
"Sitting deep? You get in positions in moments in games where you have to," he said.
“But what we did last week is also at the right time we pressed them a little bit higher and tried to win the ball and be dangerous. But to begin the game and sit deep? I don’t think that’s in our system. We have to avoid it.
“I can believe we can pass this round, which is the most important thing. We had a great performance last week and we are all happy with the game we played. We also know it’s only halfway.
“Tomorrow we are going to face a very good team, a very strong team in Europe and we have to be ready to overcome them.
“We are in a good position to play the second game, but I think our focus tomorrow will be to play as strong as possible and try to win the game. That is our intention for tomorrow.”
WATCH: HIGHLIGHTS OF AN AMAZING FIRST LEG
Rangers supporters will never tire of watching this but it won't count for much if they fail to see this tie through.
A big, big night in Glasgow.
TEAMS IN FULL
Rangers XI: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Bassey, Barisic, Jack, Lundstram, Aribo, Arfield, Kent, Morelos.. subs: McLaughlin, McCrorie, Balogun, King, Davis, Kamara, Sands, Lowry, Amad, Wright, Roofe, Fashion Jr
Dortmund XI: Kobel, Schulz, Can, Hummels, Meunier, Dahoud, Bellingham, Brandt, Hazard, Reus, Malen.. subs: Hitz, Unbehaun, Guerreiro, Moukoko, Reinier, Tigges, Witsel, Passlack, Pongracic, Wolf
AND THE VISITORS...
Three changes from the side that Gladbach 6-0 on Sunday and the biggest talking point is the inclusion of Thomas Meunier who has returned from injury.
Luckily for Rangers, Erling Haaland still isn't available nor is Giovanni Reyna, whose father Claudio played for Rangers between 1999 and 2001.
HERE'S HOW RANGERS LINE-UP
Giovanni Van Bronckhorst names the same Rangers side that started the famous 4-2 win at Dortmund last Thursday.
Aaron Ramsey misses out with injury and Manchester United loanee Amad Diallo again starts on the bench.
Borna Barisic was dropped to the bench in the draw with Dundee but returns to his usual left-back position tonight.
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE text commentary of the Europa League playoff tie between Rangers and Dortmund,
After securing a 4-2 victory in the first leg - one of the greatest nights in the club's history - Rangers are seeking to finish the job and seal a place in the last 16 of the competition.
Let's grab the team news ahead of this 20:00 GMT kick-off!
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