Rangers, the worst team in history in the group stage


There was no miracle for Rangers, current runners-up in the Europa League, who lost 1-3 at Ajax and became the worst team in history in the Champions League group stage with this result. The Scottish team has six defeats in the six games it has played, with zero points and a goal difference of -20, which is the worst record of all time.

Ajax’s dominance was absolute from the start and the blow was over the top Kudus, Berghuis and Conceicao they put the goals on the scoreboard, despite the fact that Tavernier cut the penalty distances.

The result could have been wider for Ajax, but it was not right in the last meters. In addition, he met Alan McGregor which prevented more balls from entering his goal.

took advantage of the box Alfred Schreuder the limits of the Scottish team, who started with momentum but soon faltered as after five minutes of play Ajax took advantage of a cross from the left which was received from behind Mohammed Kuduswho saw coming from behind Steven Berghuis and this one did not disappoint.

He had a chance guards to add his second goal of the tournament with a header from Fashion Choker which Calvin Bassey took under the sticks. However, it was the visitors who scored again half time into the game. The game started with another pass from the left flank to Owen Wijndal, who prevented the ball from crossing the baseline. He gave the winger time to cross towards Ghanaian Mohammed Kudus, who managed to control the ball, receive it without any problems and shoot with no option for McGregor.

Rangers couldn’t find a way to react, although they seemed to recover in the second half. had it Scott Arfieldbut Remko Pasveer broke away shortly after VAR released the third away goal, which was scored again by Mohammed Kudus, offside.

Colombian Alfredo Morelos had a clear chance when he pressured Pasveer and snatched the ball away from him. He shot with no one under the sticks but he shot wide. The award was found later, in an internship of the Welshman Rabbi Matondo that the Mexican Edson Álvarez stopped with a penalty. changed it James Tavernierwhich shortened the distances.

Rangers looked for a tie but ran into a new rival goal. On the counter, with a nice pass, filtered, from the Serbian Dusan Tadic and the Portuguese took advantage Francisco Conceicao in the sentence.





Rangers: Allan McGregor; James Tavernier, Leon Thomas King, James Sands, Borna Barisic; Scott Arfield, Steven Davis (Glen Kamara, m.60); Fashion Sakala, Malik Tillman (Scott Wright, m.61), Ryan Kent; and Antonio Colak (Alfredo Morelos, m.61).
Ajax: Remko Pasveer; Jorge Sánchez, Jurrien Timber, Calvin Bassey, Owen Wijndal (Devyne Rensch, m.44); Steven Berghuis (Davy Klaassen, m.55), Edson Alvarez, Kenneth Taylor (Florian Grillitsch, m.87); Steven Bergwijn (Francisco Conceicao, m.87), Dusan Tadic and Mohammed Kudus.
The objectives: 0-1, m.4 Steven Berghuis. 0-2, m.29: Mohammed Kudus; 1-2, m.87: James Tavernier, from a penalty; 1-3, m.89: Francisco Conceicao.
Referee: Glenn Nyberg (SWE). He showed yellow cards to Ajax’s Kenneth Taylor and Devyne Rensch.
Happenings: match corresponding to the sixth day of Group A of the Champions League played at the Ibrox Park stadium in Glasgow.

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Source: La Verdad


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