Rangers, who lost the UEFA Europa League this week to Frankfurt of Germany have a trophy to compensate for. They have given their fans a breath of relief with a trophy to end their amazing campaign this season. They ended their 13 years of drought after defeating Hearts at the Hampden Park Stadium, Glasgow, Scotland.
Hearts extended the game to extra time despite suffering from possession control from the Rangers. No goal was registered by both teams in the full time, which led to the game’s extension into extra thirty minutes.
Ryan Jack, 30, sighs of relief to fans of Rangers scoring the opener goal in the 94th minute of the encounter taking Rangers to a 1-0 lead. Three minutes later, Scott Wright netted Ranger’s second goal to extend the lead to 2-0. Hearts’ effort to return to the game was effortless, as they could not score.
All three Nigerian players Joe Aribo, Leon Balogun and Calvin Bassey started the game. For Rangers last night. Leon Balogun paired with Connor Goldon the centre back, Bassey deployed a full-back he’s familiar with and Joe Aribo yet again led the attack.