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Fan footage of a camera operator filming the full-time scenes at Ibrox after Rangers secured a place in the Europa League final has gone viral on social media. [I can confirm it was rocking... literally].
It was a memorable night in Glasgow on Thursday as Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side overturned their first-leg defeat against RB Leipzig in dramatic fashion.
James Tavernier, who is currently the outright top scorer in this season's Europa League with seven goals, scored the opener with 17 minutes on the clock before Glen Kamara made it 2-0, just five minutes later.
Rangers continued to dominate in large spells during the semi-final second leg but Leipzig forward Christopher Nkunku, who has been linked with a big money move of late, levelled the score on aggregate with 70 minutes played.
But in a moment that sent Ibrox into meltdown, former Sheffield United man John Lundstram netted late on to secure Rangers' place in the Europa League final against Eintracht Frankfurt.
Just look at those scenes below. Incredible.
The final whistle blew and Ibrox erupted into a cauldron of noise. To put the atmosphere into perspective, a video filmed by Twitter user @PhilipsGrant shows a camera operator trying his best to film the action, despite some pretty forceful bouncing.
Here's another taster of the action at Ibrox, as Rangers fans sing 'I'm Feeling It' after the win.
Rangers legend Ally McCoist was overcome with emotion at Ibrox. "I am absolutely buzzing. I can't tell you," McCoist told BT Sport. "Look at the supporters, everybody. Dear me.
"Darrell, that is as good as anything I have heard in world football.
"I know Gio wanted the supporters to play the twelfth man, not only where they the twelfth men, but they were also the thirteenth and fourteenth."
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