The Rangers Review journalist Joshua Barrie was left wowed by the goal scored by Malik Tillman as Glasgow Rangers won 3-0 at Ibrox on Tuesday night.
The Lowdown: Rangers through
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team managed to overturn a 2-0 deficit from the first leg to knock out Union Saint-Gilloise 3-2 on aggregate and book themselves a place in the UEFA Champions League play-off round.
Tillman added to goals from James Tavernier and Antonio Colak, in what was another special European night at Ibrox.
The Latest: Barrie wowed
Taking to Twitter, Barrie was left wowed by Tillman’s header for the goal, calling it a ‘ridiculous’ leap, in what capped off a ‘crazy’ second half where the Gers managed to score twice to turn the tie around:
“Ridiculous leap from Malik Tillman there, everyone was anticipating the keeper to claim the ball but he got up so high. A crazy second half!”
The Verdict: Impressive again
Tillman was praised for his performance in the 2-0 win at home to Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership last weekend, and the Bayern Munich loanee was impressive again against Union Saint-Gilloise.
Should Rangers start Tillman?
Former Light Blues defender Richard Foster hailed his quality and even predicted him to get a goal at half-time (BBC), which he did with his towering header at the back post.
Nonetheless, Tillman is looking to be a great acquisition by the Teddy Bears, and he and Van Bronckhorst will be hoping that he can continue this fine run of form for the next round of fixtures.
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