Destroyed Sparta Prague star attacks the “amazing” champion Rangers to spoil the European League dream

Dominic Hollick sadly admitted he couldn’t believe the No. 1 veteran of the Rangers Alan McGregor Hearts of Sparta broke Prague.

The 40-year-old in January made an incredible save at the end to keep Rangers ahead by two goals against the Czechs, ensuring qualification to the next stage of the Europa League.

The new Ibrox chief praised his performance Giovanni van Bronckhorst He celebrated winning his first match with the coach Notice.

Holick, the Slovakian Sparta goalkeeper, who was a surprising choice to play after spending most of the season as a reserve, accepted the death of his hero. Sparta.

He said: “The Rangers goalkeeper kept them with some amazing saves. We weren’t so lucky at all, but you have to take credit for him.

“The ball was going into the net at the end of the game and it was especially hard to keep it on the wet surface as well.

“We played well. Of course, we made a huge mistake in the second goal, but mistakes happen in football. I certainly wouldn’t criticize Philip Bannack for that goal. We are all teammates.

“We lost, but we have to admit the quality of Rangers. They are a good team.

“Now we need to get back to work in the league and get up to the table.”


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