Rangers drew 0-0 away in Poland as they played out the first 90 minutes of their clash with Legia Warsaw in their Europa League qualifying round last night, although a lot of the Gers were left frustrated with the Polish side’s antics on the night.
Legia Warsaw picked up four bookings on the night compared to Rangers’ two, and the travelling fans were also left annoyed by the fact that the home side weren’t picked up for what they perceived to be diving during the opening 90 minutes of the tie, as well as the heavy challenges that were flying in.
The tie is certainly in the Glasgow side’s hands as they return to Ibrox and have a 90-minute clash in which to grab a win and a place in the Europa League group stages, and after their treatment away in Poland, next Thursday promises to be an interesting tie.
You can read the Bluenoses’ frustrations on Legia’s antics here:
Should’ve been a red
— Martyn (@RFC_Martyn) August 22, 2019
Should have been sent off
— Iain jones (@IainJUK) August 22, 2019
Deffo rugby challenge.
— Birthday Monty (@TheREKTGoat) August 22, 2019
Martins thought he was playing rugby
— Tam (@TamOsborne95) August 22, 2019
Imagine having to be told by a teammate to go check if the guy you just hacked is ok. This mob are getting PUMPED at Ibrox
— Buffalo_Soldier1690 (@Gillington1980) August 22, 2019
Legia plan of hacking and diving is going well so far. Don’t know how @TomCommentator can say Morelos went down theatrically when he got hit in the face
— William Braceland (@_william_b) August 22, 2019
Good 1st half against a team of divers
— Craig (@blueblood1872) August 22, 2019
The Gers were far from pleased with the way Legia Warsaw went into the game, as you can see, and it’ll be interesting to see how the Polish side approach the second leg.
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