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Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    So, Rangers see off Feyenoord to get their Europa League Group G campaign off to a winning start.

    Earlier, Celtic came from behind to secure a point in Rennes in Group E, with Ryan Christie levelling from the spot.

    Thanks for your company tonight, we're back at the weekend. Hope you can join us then. Cheers.

  2. And your Rangers man of the match is...

    FT: Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Allan McGregor.

  3. 'I felt that we could have created even more against them'

    FT: Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard speaking to BT Sport: "They have some young players. Jaap Stam hasn't been in there for too long but player-for-player they'll have more experience than us. But tonight we had more will to win. I thought we hung in there, we defended really well, we blocked them on the inside of the pitch and I thought my two central defenders were outstanding.

    "Allan [McGregor] became big for us at the right times. But when we won the ball back - if we had kept it better in the second half - I felt that we could have created even more against them. Because they were wide open."

  4. 'No complaints if we scored more goals' - Gerrard

    FT: Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard speaking to BT Sports: "It's difficult at this level. You're coming up against good defenders and they're always breathing down your neck. I don't think anyone could have complained if we had got a few more goals tonight but at the same time Allan McGregor had to pull off a few saves.

    Rangers scorer Sheyi Ojo

    "I thought Feyenoord edged us in the second half in terms of possession but the lads have played out my game plan. I thought Alfredo [Morelos] was unplayable at times. He was outstanding. In terms of experience between the two teams, Feyenoord have more experience than us. They've been playing at this level for a lot longer. So I'm very pleased with my players. They deserve a lot of credit."

  5. Your Celtic man of the match

    FT: Rennes 1-1 Celtic

    Christopher Jullien

  6. 'We never retained the ball well enough'

    FT: Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard speaking to BT Sport: "It was a great match. Feyenoord played their part in it. I thought we were outstanding in the first half. We could have went in at the break in a healthier position. If the penalty goes in and we had a couple of set-piece moments that we could have capitalised on.

    Rangers midfielder Steven Gerrard

    "Feyenoord improved in the second half and we never retained the ball well enough so it felt like it kept coming back. So with a bit more experience and a bit more time together, I'd like us to keep the ball better. Certainly when we're playing at this level and you have to keep the ball otherwise it will keep coming back at you."

  7. 'The boys dug in well'

    FT: Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Rangers captain James Tavernier speaking to BT Sport: "I'm happy that we got the win. It's a great strike from Sheyi [Ojo] but I thought the boys dug in really well. It has been a bad couple of days and obviously that's for Fernando [Riksen]."

    Rangers captain James Tavernier
    Image caption: James Tavernier declared himself happy with Rangers' victory
  8. Sitting pretty...

    FT: Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Rangers celebrate
    Image caption: Rangers sit joint top of Group G following their victory against Feyenoord
  9. Group G so far...

    FT: Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

  10. Rangers Player Rater

    FT: Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Who was your rampant Ranger? Who was your Feyenoord flop? That bit of alliteration took our top boffins five minutes to come up with...

    Tell the world HERE

    Rangers player graphic


  12. 'Superb start'

    FT: Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Neil McCann

    Former Scotland and Rangers winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: It's a superb start. There's a lad here holding a Ricksen shirt - it's a really nice tribute, I'm pleased that they got three points on an emotional night.
    Sheyi Ojo fired home the only goal of the game
    Image caption: Sheyi Ojo's wonderstrike was the difference between the two sides
  13. FULL-TIME Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Rangers get their Europa League Group G campaign off to a winning start, Sheyi Ojo's superb strike proving the difference between the two sides.

    James Tavernier's penalty miss didn't prove costly as Feyenoord couldn't find a way beyond an inspired Allan McGregor in the second half.


    Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Connor Goldson is booked for late challenge on Narsingh.


    Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Three minutes of added time at Ibrox. Can Rangers hold onto their slender lead?


    Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Toornstra's free kick is brilliantly clawed away by Allan McGregor, who has denied this late Feyenoord flurry.

  17. Chance for the visitors?

    Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Late free-kick for Feyenoord deep in Rangers territory...


    Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Once again, Allan McGregor produces a brilliant save to deny Narsingh. The ball is free in the box but Feyenoord have no one following up and Rangers' lead remains intact.

  19. Rangers change

    Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Joe Aribo replaces Glen Kamara as Rangers hope fresh legs will help to see out the match and claim three Europa League points.

    Seven minutes plus added time remaining at Ibrox.

  20. Kamara booked

    Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    That's the perfect example of "taking one for the team". Glen Kamara halts a dangerous-looking Feyenoord counter-attack in its tracks and is booked by referee Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz.