Rangers supervisor Steven Gerrard praised Steven Davis for offering a Champions League lifeline, however warned his group they MUST present important enchancment after a 2-1 defeat in Malmo.
The guests conceded twice in two minutes within the opening phases of the second half and struggled to check the opposition goalkeeper regardless of placing on the stress within the ultimate 20 minutes of the primary leg in Sweden.
However Davis struck with the final kick of the ball to maintain the third qualifying round-tie within the stability.
The Northern Eire midfielder fired a left-footed shot that took a deflection and flew into the highest nook with seconds remaining of 5 minutes of stoppage time.
“I’m disenchanted with the outcome and the objectives we conceded however that was a giant second on the very finish of the sport, and it units it up for subsequent week,” Gerrard mentioned.
“It’s not the place we needed to be in nevertheless it’s clearly lots higher than stepping into at 2-Zero and we had been additionally on the verge of perhaps stepping into even worse as nicely.
“The harm time has been very huge for us however our efficiency over 90 minutes hasn’t been sufficient. So we’re going to need to go up ranges individually and collectively subsequent week.
“I’m going to name on the Ibrox crowd. I’ve by no means finished it earlier than however we’re going to want them subsequent week, for a full 90 minutes, in full voice. And with that behind us, and a mentality change, then that harm time may very well be a giant second.”
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Gerrard added: “We had two magnificent performances. Fil Helander I assumed performed at Champions League degree, he was excellent, and Steven Davis.
“I’m working out of plaudits for Davo however he’s somebody who doesn’t hand over, retains going to the tip and he has supplied an actual huge second that’s given us an essential lifeline.”