Coach Giovanni van Bronkhorst says Rangers couldn’t have “written a better script” after another incredible home game saw them sweep past RB Leipzig to reach the Europa League final. Giovanni van Bronkhorst recalls the emotional and dramatic night that Rangers reached the Europa League final after beating RB Leipzig. Giovanni van Bronkhorst’s Rangers were filled with pride as his team got their first European final in 14 years with a stunning comeback against RB Leipzig.

After being sacked by Rangers in the Europa League final following Thursday’s dramatic win over RB Leipzig, John Lundstram called him “the best night in the campaign for a mile”. John Lundstram scored a dramatic final victory, beating RB Leipzig 3-2 on aggregate in the Europa League semi-finals to send Rangers to their first European final in 14 years. Rangers’ stunning recovery from the ashes reached new heights as Scottish football returned to action with a sensational victory over RB Leipzig in the Europa League semi-finals.

Ranger’s dream season in Europe Europe will end with the Europa League final against Eintracht Frankfurt. Eintracht Frankfurt stands between Rangers and a second European trophy that could arrive 50 years after the first. The Ranger’s path began in the play-offs after being knocked out of the Europa League qualifiers, and having been eliminated from the group despite losing their first two games, they have now beaten Borussia Dortmund, Crvena Zvezda, Braga and RB Leipzig in the direct playoffs.

Leipzig utilised the opening exchanges to hint a danger on the break without offering any challenge to Allan McGregor in the Ranger’s goal. The hosts provided brutality where the Germans failed, throwing Ibrox into raptures. The Germans had the most of the possession in the second half, and they were back on equal terms when Nkunku guided home Angelino’s cross for his 32nd goal of the season.

Rangers have lost six points in the League title race but are expecting two cup wins under Giovanni van Bronkhorst after Rangers beat Celtic at Hampden to reach the Scottish Cup final. Giovanni van Bronkhorst says the Rangers will do everything to lift the Europa League trophy after beating RB Leipzig and reaching the final in Seville. Giovanni van Bronkhorst became the first Dutch coach to reach the UEFA Cup/Europa League final for a foreign team since Dick Advocaat in 2008.

Former Rangers striker Chris Boyd describes his ‘incredible success’ as Rangers beat RB Leipzig to reach the Europa League final at Sevilla “. On a memorable night in Glasgow, their players beat Eintracht Frankfurt 3-1 in the second leg of the semi-final to take the club to their fifth European Grand Slam final on aggregate 3-2. This season, the Europa League semi-final was Rangers’ 18th game in the UEFA competition.