By Azeem Siddiqui

8th Aug, 2022 | 12:10pm

Anthony Moris eager to show Rangers real face of Union Saint Gilloise

Union Saint-Gilloise oalkeeper Anthony Moris has stated that his teammates “will do everything” in their power against Rangers to show who real USG are.

Both sides will meet in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League qualifier on Tuesday at the Ibrox Stadium.

Moris was quoted in a report by Daily Record where he admitted the “quality” of the Bears despite having a 2-0 aggregate lead.

“We will do everything at Rangers to show everyone who the real Union are. But we also have to acknowledge that the quality of the opposition is high.”

Tough task

Rangers had a horrid outing in the previous fixture between the sides a week back where they were lacklustre to the point that even a 2-0 defeat looks like a good result.

Therefore, manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst will have his work cut out as he will look to keep his side’s hopes alive of playing in Europe’s elite club competition.

On a positive note, the side registered a 2-0 win in the Premiership against Kilmarnock which would’ve given a boost to the player ahead of the all-important clash.

Another positive news is the return of striker Alfredo Morelos will be a big boost for the fans as well as the players as his absence proved to be a real blow in the first leg.

Not only the Colombia international but Rangers will need all of their stars firing from all cylinders from the beginning if they are to keep their hopes of playing in the Champions League next season.

In other Rangers news, Michael Stewart was left stunned on BBC Scotland after an incident with the Gers this week.