Rangers advanced to the third round of the UEFA Youth League after a 2-1 win away to Slovan Bratislava on Wednesday completed a 4-1 aggregate victory over the Slovakian club. [via The Scottish Sun]
Two goals from Nathan Young-Coombes fired Graeme Murty’s young charges to victory in Bratislava, with the 16-year-old scoring either side of half-time after the home side had taken the lead. [via The Scottish Sun]
The teenage forward had also scored in the first leg against Slovan Bratislava three weeks ago, as well as netting what proved to be a vital goal in the previous round against Young Boys when Rangers advanced only on away goals (as per rangers.co.uk).
It isn’t just in the UEFA Youth League that the youngster has been on the goal trail, either – he found the net in the Light Blues’ 2-0 win over Wrexham in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Challenge Cup recently, citing a pre-game talk with ex-Rangers striker Peter Lovenkrands as beneficial in helping him to get into goal-scoring positions. [via Evening Times]
These Rangers fans on Twitter were getting quite excited about Young-Coombes after his double against Slovan Bratislava on Wednesday:
This is Nathan Young-Coombes world, we’re just living in it. pic.twitter.com/Y3uQ5uSryp
— staunch samuel (@sambergson72) November 27, 2019
Young-Coombes has the makings of a great player
— Gavin Trotter (@gavtrotter89) November 27, 2019
Nathan Young-Coombes 🐐
— Curtis (@1872Curtis) November 27, 2019
That wee @YoungCoombes is some player, defo one for the future
— john (@JohnMWATP72) November 27, 2019
Young- Coombes is different class
— 𝓙𝓸𝓼𝓱𝓡𝓪𝓮𝓮 (@JoshRaee) November 27, 2019
Nathan Young-Coombes. What a talent.
— Kevin Wakeham (@KWRFC1995) November 27, 2019
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