Leanne Crichton stunned live on BBC by Rangers star James Tavernier v RB Leipzig
Leanne Crichton was left completely stunned by James Tavernier after his goal for Rangers in the huge win against RB Leipzig.
The BBC pundit labelled the skipper as “unbelievable” as he arrived at the back post to tap home a wayward Ryan Kent shot.
It was a stunning night at Ibrox, with John Lundstram firing home the winner to send us to the final in Seville.
Speaking live on BBC coverage via their blog, Crichton could not believe her eyes at Tavernier and his impact.
“It’s an unbelievable run from James Tavernier to get in the box,” she said.
“If anyone was going to draw Rangers level, he was going to be the man.”
We actually thought that this European run couldn’t get any better, but this squad keeps blowing anyone away who is put in front of them.
Now, all eyes are on Seville in two weeks against Eintracht Frankfurt, but things are different this time.
We have become the masters of two-legged ties, but this is a one-match shootout to see who will be lifting the title.
Beat Frankfurt and Rangers will be in the Champions League next season automatically, as well as taking home the trophy and millions along with it.
Tavernier epitomises everything this club stands for, and it almost appears strange when it isn’t him celebrating the goal.
The skipper could finish the season lifting two trophies now, and we don’t think anyone will be betting against that happening now.
What a night, and it gives us an opportunity to make history again, now that would certainly be unbelievable.
In other Rangers news, One 25-year-old could now be deemed as surplus to requirements at Ibrox this season