Ibrox gives influential tribute to the Queen ahead of Napoli’s Champions League defeat. Rangers again suffer heavy defeat in Champions League in Glasgow. Rangers vs Napoli the result for Rangers 0-3 Napoli ( Politano ’68 P, Ndombele 90+1, Raspadori ’8the 5). The score may suggest differently, but 10-man Rangers gave an impressively defiant display last night both on and off the field.
The Ibrox crowd and the club avoided Uefa’s edict from playing national anthems with an expressive pre-match rendition. Furthermore, the players put consecutive 4-0 defeats with a Napoli side behind them for most of the sundown that overcame Liverpool 4-1 the previous week.
Game of Napoli in Rangers vs Napoli match
It was the third time unfortunate after 68 minutes that Rangers were still in the game when Mateo Politano converted till Napoli alternates Giacomo Raspadori and Tanguy Ndombele earned late on. However, Alfredo Morelos should have put a shock on the home side in the initial minute. Rangers in European competitions were always top scorers.
The mob was nearly silenced as Zielinski sent a 20-yard half-volley opposite to the outside of a post. However, Rangers screamed back and James Tavernier and Scott Arfield both saw goal-bound efforts kept out. Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, the 21-year-old Georgian kid was a continual existence in Rangers’ outermost illusion as he walked in from the left, only John Lundstram was aware of his darts base. Yet, 10 minutes after the duration, Sands had booked seconds ahead, misstepped Someone in the liability area, and saw red. McGregor leaped to his freedom to parry Zielinski’s kick.
Politano earned the rebound and McGregor generated a nearly similar save from the take-back. But even McGregor could not generate a top score and when the limb of Borna Barisic obstructed a shot by Kvaratskhelia, Politano was captured from the spot. Rangers had to go for the leveler but Raspadori in his European goal made it 2-0 and Ndombele misinterpreted the score further.
Rangers 0-3 Napoli.