Goals and Highlights Rangers vs Braga (3-1)
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Celtic vs Rangers - Old Firm

2021-22 Scottish Cup - Semifinals

Celtic Park, in Glasgow, Scotland

9 AM ET next Sunday, 17 April 2022

5:43 PMa month ago

2021-22 UEFA Europa League semi-finals

West Ham vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Leipzig vs Rangers

5:35 PMa month ago

Game over

Full time! Rangers advance to the semi-finals!
5:33 PMa month ago

Additional time

120' One minute to go.
5:31 PMa month ago

Braga substitution

118' Carmo out, Falé in.
5:30 PMa month ago

OMG ARFIELD!

109' Glen Kamara comes out on the right and plays to Fashion Sakala. The striker shoots a cross. The ball hits Paulo Oliveira, Matheus avoids an own goal, and Scott Arfield has another chance on the edge of the penalty area. What the hell are you doing? Unbelievable!
5:29 PMa month ago

IT'S NOT POSSIBLE, ARFIELD

108' Ryan Kent comes forward on the left and crosses low to Scott Arfield, but the midfielder misses and shoots wide. He was wide open!
5:22 PMa month ago

Second half

Overtime restarts.
5:20 PMa month ago

Braga substitution

André Castro out, Gorby in.
5:20 PMa month ago

Rangers substitution

Aribo out, Sakala in.
5:18 PMa month ago

Rangers substitution

Roofe out, Arfield in.
5:17 PMa month ago

Halftime

End of the first half of overtime.
5:17 PMa month ago

Additional time

105' One minute to halftime.
5:17 PMa month ago

Sent off

105' Iuri Medeiros, Braga forward. Angry argument against referee. Portuguese player receives second yellow card and consequently red card.
5:16 PMa month ago

Yellow card

104' Iuri Medeiros, Braga forwards. Balogun is fouled.
5:15 PMa month ago

GOAL RANGERS GOAL

100' Kamara controls the ball on the right wing and plays it to Aribo. Roofe appears on the edge of the box to finish into the empty net and momentarily give Rangers the lead.
5:15 PMa month ago

Yellow card

100' Ricardo Horta, Braga midfielder.
5:12 PMa month ago

Braga substitution

99' Al Musrati out, Lucas Mineiro in.
5:09 PMa month ago

Attacking foul

95' Tavernier passes to Aribo on the right, Matheus anticipates, makes the save and is fouled.
5:01 PMa month ago

Start

Overtime begins!
4:55 PMa month ago

Full time

Let's go to the overtime!
4:50 PMa month ago

Rangers substitution

90' Barišić out, Balogun in.
4:49 PMa month ago

Additional time

90' Five minutes to go.
4:46 PMa month ago

Yellow card

85' Roofe, Rangers striker. Ricardo Horta is fouled.
4:46 PMa month ago

GOAL BRAGA GOAL

82' Iuri Medeiros takes a corner from the right for David Carmo to climb between the defenders and head the ball into the right corner of McGregor.
4:42 PMa month ago

Rangers substitution

80' Ramsey out, Wright in.
4:42 PMa month ago

Rangers substitution

80' Jack out, Kamara in.
4:40 PMa month ago

Goal disallowed

79' Joe Aribo receives a pass on the left side and crosses. Aaron Ramsey finishes the shot. Matheus makes a save, but the Rangers midfielder can't stop it and fouls the goalkeeper, who comes in with the ball and everything.
4:39 PMa month ago

No danger

75' Fabiano controls the ball in the attack field, opens space, and shoots, but it goes wide of McGregor's goal.
4:37 PMa month ago

Call stands

71' Roofe was offside.
4:36 PMa month ago

VAR

70' VAR reviews the lance.
4:36 PMa month ago

Goal disallowed

70' Roofe is sent on at speed after Lundstrom's pass, he goes forward on his own, enters the penalty area, and finishes over Matheus to score Rangers' third goal. The referee overrules the goal and claims the striker was offside.
4:33 PMa month ago

Misses the target

68' Aaron Ramsey links up with Lundstrom on the right side, gets back in the box, and shoots wide from the edge of the box.
4:25 PMa month ago

Offside

63' Tavernier takes a dangerous free kick from the left, the ball crosses the penalty area, and falls to Ryan Kent, who controls it and rolls it to Goldson, who hits the post. The referee cancels the kick, claiming Kent to be offside.
4:23 PMa month ago

Braga substitution

60' Abel Ruiz out, Vitinha in.
4:22 PMa month ago

Braga substitution

60' Rodrigo Gomes out, Iuri Medeiros in.
4:14 PMa month ago

Restart

The second half is under way.
4:14 PMa month ago

Braga substitution

André Horta out, Francisco Moura in.
4:13 PMa month ago

Return

Athletes are back on the field.
4:13 PMa month ago

Halftime

End of the first half.
4:13 PMa month ago

Additional time

45' Two minutes to halftime.
4:13 PMa month ago

GOAL RANGERS GOAL

43' Tavernier displaces Matheus at his right corner and takes the kick in the middle of the goal to extend the Scottish lead.
4:13 PMa month ago

VAR reviews and confirms

42' All bookings confirmed by VAR. We go to the penalty kick.
4:12 PMa month ago

Sent off

41' Vítor Tormena, Braga defender. Roofe is fouled.
4:11 PMa month ago

Penalty to Rangers

41' Roofe is on the receiving end of a Bassey throw-in in the defensive half and falls in the box.
4:10 PMa month ago

Matheus saves

38' Ryan Kent takes a shot from outside the box and Matheus makes the save.
4:03 PMa month ago

Misses the target

36' Tavernier takes a corner kick and Joe Aribo heads it away but misses the target. Goal kicks to Braga.
4:03 PMa month ago

WOODWORK

33' Tavernier takes another corner from the right, Joe Aribo deflects it in at the far post, and Roffe's shot from the edge of the box hits the crossbar.
4:03 PMa month ago

Matheus makes a save

31' Barišić takes a corner and Matheus comes out of the goal to make the save.
4:02 PMa month ago

Braga under pressure

31' Tavernier goes forward on the right and crosses. The defense blocks the ball and Rangers take a corner.
3:25 PMa month ago

Far away

23' Abel Ruiz leads the ball on the left and brings André Horta into play. The midfielder makes room for the ball and shoots away from the goal.
3:24 PMa month ago

No danger

21' Barišić crosses from the left, Roofe misses, Joe Aribo gets a shot away, and Ryan Kent is left with the ball, but misses.
3:17 PMa month ago

Misses the target

14' Joe Aribo receives a pass from Tavernier on the right side of the attacking box and crosses low. Roofe tries to score, but it's not deflected into the goal. Goal kicks to Braga.
3:17 PMa month ago

In the hands of the goalkeeper

12' Fabiano tables on the right and crosses with his left foot. The ball falls to goalkeeper McGregor.
3:10 PMa month ago

Goal disallowed

6' Call overturned. Barišić handball and goal disallowed.
3:09 PMa month ago

VAR

5' VAR reviews the lance.
3:09 PMa month ago

GOAL RANGERS GOAL

4' Barišić receives a pass from Joe Aribo on the left side of the attack and crosses. Roofe rises in the middle of the box and heads in a firm header to extend Scotland's lead in the match. What a start!
3:04 PMa month ago

GOAL RANGERS GOAL

1' Barišić crosses from the left, Joe Aribo deflects and Tavernier completes free on the right side on Matheus' clearance to open the scoring.
3:02 PMa month ago

Start

Game on!
3:02 PMa month ago

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3:00 PMa month ago

Warm-up

Players are on the pitch for the final warm-up.
2:55 PMa month ago

Referees

Referee - François Letexier (FRA)

Assistant referees - Cyril Mugnier (FRA) and Mehdi Rahmouni (FRA)

Fourth official - Jérémie Pignard (FRA)

VAR - Willy Delajod (FRA)

AVAR - Jérôme Brisard

2:50 PMa month ago

Braga substitutes

Tiago Sá; Yan Couto, Diogo Leite, Bruno Rodrigues, Francisco Moura, Buta, Mineiro, Gorby, Berna, Medeiros, Falé, Vitinha.

HC: Carvalhal.

2:45 PMa month ago

Rangers substitutes

McCrorie, McLaughlin; Sands, Balogun, King, Kamara, Arfield, Davis, Lowry, Wright, Diallo, Sakala.

HC: Gio.

2:40 PMa month ago

Braga line-up

Matheus; Fabiano, Paulo Oliveira, Tormena, Carmo; André Horta, André Castro, Al Musrati; Ricardo Horta, Ruiz, Rodrigo Gomes.

Head coach: Carlos Carvalhal.

2:35 PMa month ago

Rangers line-up

McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Bassey, Barišić; Jack, Lundstram; Aribo, Ramsey, Kent; Roofe.

Head coach: Giovanni von Bronckhorst.

2:30 PMa month ago

Squads

2:25 PMa month ago

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2:15 PMa month ago

What time is Rangers vs Braga match for the UEFA Europa League?

This is the start time of the game Rangers vs Braga in some countries.

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2:10 PMa month ago

Braga possible line-up

Matheus; Couto, Fabiano, Tormena, Carmo; Musrati, Iuri Medeiros, André Horta; Ricardo Horta, Abel Ruiz, Rodrigo Gomes.

Head coach: Carlos Carvalhal.

2:05 PMa month ago

Rangers possible line-up

McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Balogun e Bassey; Jack, Davis; Ramsey, Aribo, Kent; Roofe.

Head coach: Giovanni von Bronckhorst.

2:00 PMa month ago

Braga's form guide

- Braga’s 2021-22 UEFA Europa League group stage berth, and the club’s 17th European qualification in the last 18 years, was achieved on two fronts – with a fourth-place finish in the Portuguese Liga and a third Portuguese Cup triumph, which they secured with a 2-0 victory over Benfica in the final. Carlos Carvalhal’s side also reached last season’s UEFA Europa League round of 32, where they lost 5-1 on aggregate to Roma.

- Runners-up to Leicester in last season’s group stage, Braga also had to settle for second place this term, a 1-1 home draw against Crvena Zvezda on Matchday 6 leaving them as runners-up in Group F behind the Serbian champions, who had defeated them 2-1 in Belgrade on Matchday 1. Six of Braga’s ten points came at the expense of Ludogorets (1-0 away, 4-2 home), while they took three off Midtjylland (3-1 home, 2-3 away) to finish one ahead of the Danish side.

- The wins against Sheriff and Monaco brought Braga into the UEFA Europa League quarterfinals for the third time. Winners on away goals against domestic rivals Benfica in 2010-11 (1-2 away, 1-0 home), they lost both games to Shakhtar Donetsk in 2015-16 (1-2 home, 0-4 away). Those are Portuguese club’s only two previous quarterfinals in any European competition.

- Braga have lost five of their eight away games in the UEFA Europa League, the draw at Monaco last time out their first on the road in the competition proper in 15 matches (six wins and eight losses). Their all-time away record in the UEFA Europa League knockout phase is two wins, three draws and eight losses, the 1-1 draw at the Stade Louis II ending a run of six straight defeats in which they had conceded 16 goals.

- Braga have won all 12 previous UEFA ties in which they travelled to the second away leg holding a lead, maintaining that flawless record against Monaco last month in the round of 16. Indeed, in all 12 cases they have kept a clean sheet in the home leg, including five 1-0 successes, the most recent of which was against Spartak Moskva in the 2019-20 UEFA Europa League qualifying playoffs (2-1 away).

- Braga’s record in two UEFA penalty shoot-outs is two wins.

1:55 PMa month ago

Rangers' form guide

- Undefeated champions of Scotland in 2020-21 as they claimed a record-extending 55th domestic league title, Rangers also played 13 matches in UEFA Europa League, progressing from the second qualifying round to the round of 16, where their run was ended by Slavia Praha (1-1 away, 0-2 home).

- Rangers returned to the UEFA Champions League for the first time in a decade this term, but they lost both third qualifying round legs 2-1 to Malmö and therefore transferred to the UEFA Europa League play-offs, where they edged Alashkert to reach the group stage for the fourth successive season. Although they lost their opening two group games, they remained unbeaten thereafter, taking four points off Brøndby and clinching second place with a 2-0 victory over Sparta Praha at Ibrox on Matchday 5 in their first match under new manager Giovanni von Bronckhorst, who had replaced Steven Gerrard.

- This is Rangers’ first appearance in the UEFA Europa League quarterfinals, the victory over Crvena Zvezda having come after three previous round of 16 failures. In UEFA competition overall this is the Glasgow club’s tenth quarterfinal, with five aggregate victories in the previous nine, the latest in the 2007-08 UEFA Cup when they overcame Portuguese opposition in the form of Sporting, drawing 0-0 at Ibrox before winning 2-0 in Lisbon.

- Rangers have lost just five of their last 32 European home matches (20 wins and seven draws), although three of those defeats have come in the last eight – against Slavia Praha, Malmö and Lyon. In the UEFA Europa League knockout phase, their record at Ibrox is three wins, two draws and three losses, their three eliminations all triggered by those home defeats.

- Rangers have lost 21 of the 26 UEFA ties in which they were defeated on the road in the first leg, the latest instance occurring in this season’s UEFA Champions League third qualifying round against Malmö. Three of their aggregate successes, however, have come in the five ties when they lost the first away leg 1-0, most recently by virtue of a penalty shoot-out success against Portuguese club Marítimo in the 2004-05 UEFA Cup first round following a second leg 1-0 win in Glasgow. That first leg loss against Marítimo was the last time Rangers were defeated by Portuguese opposition until the first leg of this tie.

- Rangers’ record in four UEFA penalty shoot-outs is three wins and one loss.

1:50 PMa month ago

Previous meetings

- This is the only one of the four UEFA Europa League quarterfinal ties in which the teams have previously met, Braga and Rangers having been paired together once before, in the 2019-20 round of 32. The Scottish side prevailed in both matches, coming from behind to win 3-2 in Glasgow before a Ryan Kent goal in northern Portugal was enough to bring them a 1-0 win that secured their further progress.

- Rangers were unbeaten in 13 successive UEFA matches against Portuguese opposition before the first leg (six wins and seven draws), drawing twice against Benfica (3-3 away, 2-2 home) in last season’s UEFA Europa League group stage. They have never lost at home to visitors from Portugal (seven wins and three draws), although the three draws have come in the last five matches. The Glasgow giants have lost only one of their seven previous two-legged UEFA ties against Portuguese teams, winning the last five.

- Braga have lost all three previous UEFA fixtures in Scotland, also going down to Hearts and Celtic, though they won the latter lie – their only success in three two-legged contests with Scottish clubs.

1:45 PMa month ago

Match background

- Rangers’ long unbeaten record against Portuguese clubs ended in the first leg of this UEFA Europa League quarterfinal against Braga, so the Scottish champions must return to winning ways at Ibrox if they are to reach their first European semi-final in 14 years.

- Rangers clinched a UEFA Europa League knockout phase berth with a game to spare, finishing runners-up to Lyon in Group A with eight points, before overcoming Borussia Dortmund 6-4 on aggregate in the knockout round play-offs (4-2 away, 2-2 home) and Crvena Zvezda 4-2 over the two legs in the round of 16 (3-0 home, 1-2 away).

- Braga also finished runners-up in their group during the autumn, completing a hat-trick of UEFA Europa League group stage qualifications by picking up ten points in Group F to finish second behind Crvena Zvezda. They then overcame Moldovan champions Sheriff 3-2 on penalties in February after both teams had won their home leg 2-0 before coming out on top in the round of 16 against Group B winners Monaco (2-0 home, 1-1 away).

1:40 PMa month ago

Braga's roster

Goalkeepers – Matheus, Tiago Sá, Bernardo Fontes, Rui Ribeiro, Lukáš Horníček, Leonardo Ferreira.

Defenders – Yan Couto, Vítor Tormena, Diogo Leite, Nuno Sequeira, Paulo Oliveira, David Carmo, Guilherme Soares, Diogo Fonseca, Leonardo Buta, Rodrigo Beirão, Fabiano, André Ferreira, Francisco Moura, Dinis Pinto, Bruno Rodrigues, José Pereira.

Midfielders – Al Musrati, André Horta, Lucas Mineiro, Iuri Medeiros, David Veiga, Eduardo Soares, Jean-Baptiste Gorby, Bernardo Couto, João Gonçalves, Mateus Santos, André Castro, Pedro Santos.

Forwards – Abel Ruiz, Ricardo Horta, Rodrigo Gomes, Yan Said, Luis Nlavo, Hernani Infande, Roger Fernandes, Álvaro Djaló, Rodrigo Macedo, Miguel Falé e Vítor Oliveira.

Head coach – Carlos Carvalhal.

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SC Braga
1:35 PMa month ago

Rangers' roster

Goalkeepers – Allan McGregor, Robby McCrorie, Jon McLaughlin, Jay Hogarth, Kieran Wright, Lewis Budinauckas, Jack McConnell.

Defenders – James Tavernier, Calvin Bassey, Connor Goldson, Leon Balogun, Borna Barišić, Leon King, Lewis MacKinnon, Kyle McClelland, Adam Devine, Jack Harkness, Kelsey Ewen, Harley Ewen, Zak McKay, Kristian Webster.

Midfielders – John Lundstram, Ryan Jack, Amad Diallo, Steven Davis, Ryan Kent, Aaron Ramsey, Glen Kamara, James Sands, Scott Wright, Fashion Sakala, Scott Arfield, Alex Lowry, Cole McKinnon, Murray Miller, Robbie Fraser, Darren McInally, Connor Allan, Mackenzie Strachan, Leyton Dunlop.

Forwards – Joe Aribo, Alfredo Morelos, Kemar Roofe, Arron Lyall, Ross McCausland, Robbie Ure, Tyler Pasnik.

Head coach – Giovanni von Bronckhorst.

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1:30 PMa month ago

The match will be played at the Ibrox Stadium

The Rangers vs Braga match will be played at the Ibrox Stadium, in Glasgow, Scotland. The sports venue has the capacity to receive 50,817 fans.
1:25 PMa month ago

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