Gers crash out of Europe with Malmo defeat

Rangers have crashed out of the Champions League at the first hurdle, losing 2-1 at home to 10-man Malmo which meant they lost their third qualifying round tie 4-2 on aggregate. 

The defeat is a bitter blow for Gers boss Steven Gerrard who had a 100% record in European qualification before the defeat. Rangers had taken the lead through the returning Alfredo Moreles and were handed a boost when Malmo’s Bonke Innocent was given a second yellow card on the stroke of half time. 

However, after the break the visitors rallied with a brace from Antonio Colak ending the Gers’ Champions League dreams. 

Rangers went into the second leg 2-1 down after a spirited second half performance was enough to give Malmo victory last Tuesday. The Scottish champions would have faced an even tougher test to qualify if not for Steven Davis’ last-gasp goal. 

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