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Live Reporting

Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

  1. Phew - a trio of scorchers; more tomorrow?

    What a triple header of live football that's been. On Tuesday, there was Motherwell's thrilling comeback from 4-1 down to draw 4-4 with St Mirren only to go out of the Scottish Cup on penalties, last night Aberdeen scored twice in the closing seconds of their replay to beat Kilmarnock after extra-time, now Rangers have provided a memorable comeback from two behind to stun Braga in the Europa League.

    Not to mention Celtic's thrilling 1-1 draw away to Copenhagen - dominating the first half then hanging on in the second.

    Both Glasgow sides will now fancy their chances of reaching the last 16 after next week's second legs, but next up for us we have two big games tomorrow evening.

    St Mirren, third bottom of the Premiership, are at home to bottom side Hearts, who are just three points behind. That's live on BBC Radio Scotland.

    Meanwhile, runaway Championship leaders Dundee United host second-top Inverness Caledonian Thistle, who really need to win if they are to have any chance of pegging back the Tannadice side's 18-point lead. You can watch that one on the BBC Scotland television channel.

  2. Hagi's dad will be proud - Gerrard

    FT: Rangers 3-2 Braga

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard praised scorers Joe Aribo and Ianis Hagi as he explained why he replaced injured left-back Borna Barisic with midfielder Joe Aribo instead of Andy Halliday.

    "We could have gone like-for-like with Andy Halliday, but we decided to twist a bit with Joe Aribo," he tells BT Sport. "He can play anywhere on the pitch, he's going to be a hell of a player.

    "He epitomised everything that we were about - he was positive from left-back, got us an incredible goal. Hagi - his dad was here tonight - I'm sure he'll be very proud of that performance."

    The booking that rules Alfredo Morelos out of the second leg was the one downside.

    "Very disappointing," Gerrard admits. "He's our top scorer, an important player for us, but it gives someone else an opportunity. We're a team, it's not about one player and I think we showed that tonight."

    Ianis Hagi celebrates
    Image caption: Ianis Hagi scored twice for Rangers
  3. We showed unbelievable character - Gerrard

    FT: Rangers 3-2 Braga

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is satisfied with Rangers' second-half performance - and win over a Braga side who had not lost in 10 games.

    "Fantastic night obviously, very pleased for the supporters," he tells BT Sport. "I think we've rediscovered ourselves, certainly from the second-half performance. We were disappointed with a few things at half-time.

    "We've beat a good team. We showed unbelievable character, we ran hard for each other, we were more compact, more organised, we had a better shape and we were on the front-foot more in the second half."

    Steven Gerrard (right) celebrates at Ibrox
  4. Rangers have Braga rights

    FT: Rangers 3-2 Braga

    You can now relive that amazing Rangers comeback via our match report by clicking below.

    Rangers' stunning comeback beats Braga

    Morelos & Hagi

    Rangers pull off an astonishing late comeback from 2-0 down to rescue their Europa League hopes with a dramatic victory over Braga at Ibrox.

    Read more
  5. Moving on up

    Tonight's results have done wonders for Scotland's European coefficient and the country is heading for an extra Champions League place in season 2021-22.

    Czech Republic, who have no teams left in either competition, have dropped behind Scotland, who have also moved above Cyprus.

    View more on twitter
  6. Ibrox baby, it's just different - Hagi

    FT: Rangers 3-2 Braga

    Rangers' double goalscorer Ianis Hagi couldn't hide his delight after the win over Braga.

    "It's amazing, Ibrox baby, it's just different," he tells BT Sport.

    Asked if it was the best moment of the career, the on-loan Genk midfielder replied: "I guess. I had really good moments before, but scoring a brace in a European competition is amazing, it's just a dream come true."

    Ianis Hagi celebrates at Ibrox
    Image caption: Ianis Hagi (centre) scored twice for Rangers
    Joe Aribo scores for Rangers
    Image caption: Joe Aribo fired Rangers level at 2-2
  7. Celtic draw could have been more

    FT: Copenhagen 1-1 Celtic

    In the earlier tie in Denmark, Celtic failed to build on their early promise despite leaving Denmark with a draw after their first leg, writes Kheredine Idessane.

    Read his report below.

    Forster penalty save earns Celtic advantage

    Fraser Forster save

    Fraser Forster's dramatic late penalty save ensures Celtic's away goal gives them a narrow advantage after their Europa League last-32 stalemate in Copenhagen.

    Read more
  8. Catalyst for the Rangers' season?

    FT: Rangers 3-2 Braga

    Neil McCann

    Former Hearts & Rangers winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: This could be a catalyst for Rangers. This is quite a special night. The tie could've been gone, but this has flipped it. Rangers must properly have a go over there now
  9. FULL-TIME Rangers 3-2 Braga

    We've just witnessed one of the most famous European comebacks in Rangers' history.

    Superb long-range strikes from Fransergio and Abel Ruiz was just reward for Braga's dominance and class.

    But pure grit and determination from Rangers won the day.

    A fine finish from Ianis Hagi was followed by an amazing solo goal from Joe Aribo before the former chipped in with a winner deflected off the defensive wall.

    Rangers travel to Portugal for Wednesday's second leg without suspended top scorer Alfredo Morelos but now must have great belief that they can progress to the last 16.

    Rangers' Alfredo Morelos and Ianis Hagi celebrate
    Image caption: Alfredo Morelos will be suspended next week, but Ianis Hagi's double helps Rangers take a lead to Portugal
  10. Post update

    Rangers 3-2 Braga

    Galeno flashes a superb cross across the face of Rangers' goalmouth, but there are no takers from the visitors.

  11. Post update

    Rangers 3-2 Braga

    We are about to enter four minutes of stoppage time.

    Can Rangers hold on to take a surprise lead to Portugal for the second leg?

  12. All change at Ibrox

    Rangers 3-2 Braga

    Abel Ruiz fires Braga 2-0 in front
    Image caption: Abel Ruiz fired Braga 2-0 in front
    Ianis Hagi scores for Rangers
    Image caption: Two goals from Ianis Hagi have helped Rangers into the lead
  13. Post update

    Rangers 3-2 Braga

    Braga are not finished yet and only a superb last-ditch tackle from Connor Goldson thwarts Francisco Trincao inside the home penalty box.

  14. GOAL Rangers 3-2 Braga

    Ianis Hagi

    Wow, just wow!

    Having looked out of this tie at 2-0 down against a rampant Braga, Rangers are in the lead with three goals in 15 minutes.

    Ianis Hagi's free-kick takes a wicked deflection off the top of the visiting defensive wall and goalkeeper Matheus isn't able to get enough on his finger-tip save to deny the Romanian midfielder his second goal of the night.

    GOAL - Rangers
  15. Post update

    Rangers 2-2 Braga

    On-loan Hibernian forward Florian Kamberi came on earlier for Ryan Kent and he is next to threaten for a transformed Rangers, firing into the side-netting.

  16. 'Brilliant from Aribo'

    Rangers 2-2 Braga

    James McFadden

    Former Scotland forward on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: It's brilliant from Aribo. I thought the chance had gone. He's got nothing but Braga players around him and he shows great composure
  17. GOAL Rangers 2-2 Braga

    Joe Aribo

    A Lionel Messi-like mazy run through a sea of Braga legs followed be a precise low finish and Rangers are level out of the blue.

    The man doing the damage is big Joe Aribo, his lanky legs leaving the Braga defence mesmerised.

    GOAL - Rangers
  18. 'Rangers back in this tie'

    Rangers 1-2 Braga

    Neil McCann

    Former Hearts & Rangers winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Rangers have got themselves right back in this tie. I still think they shouldn't be too gung-ho. If Braga make it 3-1, they're back to square one