Rangers suffer shock Europa League exit

Despite only being a first-round qualifier, Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha says his team should approach Tuesday’s second leg in Luxembourg as if it were the Europa League final itself.It was a strength that deserted Rangers during Caixinha’s first Old Firm derby since taking over the club in March, his side losing 5-1 to Celtic one month later. That is the way we need to think about it.Progres Niedercorn host Rangers on Tuesday, July 4.Rangers’ return to European football was played out in front of a packed Ibrox Stadium last week, but Light Blues supporters were left somewhat underwhelmed as their team struggled to score. “We are just anxious about developing our process, and of course, always thinking about winning the game and by winning the game you have the away goal present”.Rangers are in Europa League action again this evening as they take on Progres Niederkorn.Kenny Miller’s first-half strike was enough for the Scottish Premiership giants to secure victory at Ibrox in the first leg and Pedro Caixinha will be keen for his side to finish the job in Luxembourg. But according to first-team coach Jonatan Johansson, that won’t be an issue.Here is everything you need to know about the second leg. They are very well organised, they fight hard. There are no easy games in Europe. We had a meeting and we all agreed that we are going in the right direction. What we were trying to do is clear.”I think all the pressure is on Rangers to make sure they go through”, Amodio said after the first leg at Ibrox.