Sheyi Ojo scored the one goal of the sport in Rangers’ 1-0 win over Feyenoord on Thursday night time, and it was a very memorable strike from the on-loan Liverpool man.
The 22-year-old, who’s on his fifth mortgage spell away from Anfield, had already scored thrice in the qualifying phases of the Europa League, firing Rangers into the group stage.
He has now obtained his staff off to the right begin because of a thunderbolt of a left-footed shot from 20 yards, beating the Feyenoord goalkeeper at his close to publish.
Having additionally scored as soon as in the Scottish Premiership, the memorably effort was Ojo’s fifth in a Rangers shirt already.
You can watch the goal right here…
Sheyi Ojo with an absolute cracker to place Rangers forward! 💥
A goal devoted to Fernando Ricksen 💙❤️ pic.twitter.com/YBtPahxeYE
Ojo tweeted after the sport, dedicating his goal to Rangers hero Fernando Ricksen, who died on Wednesday.
‘Great team performance!! Want to dedicate my goal to Fernando Ricksen & his Family. I hope we all gave you the perfect send off 🙏🏽 also my sweet dog who passed away last week, i love you.’
☄️⚽️💙 .. Great staff efficiency!! Want to dedicate my goal to Fernando Ricksen & his Family. I hope all of us gave you the right ship off 🙏🏽 additionally my candy canine who handed away final week, i really like you 💔💔 pic.twitter.com/V0l8lIP5aW
— Sheyi Ojo (@sheyi_ojo) September 19, 2019
It was a combined night time for on-loan Liverpool gamers as goalkeeper Loris Karius endured a torrid time of it for Besiktas away at Solvan Bratislava.
The error-prone keeper got here charging out of his field at 0-0, misjudged his header and worn out the masking defender in the method to permit the Slovakians to go forward.
Besiktas would take the lead, however then the German conceded three extra objectives (none of which have been his fault, to be honest) and the Turkish facet have been downed 4-2.
Oh no Loris Karius!
The former Liverpool keeper makes an enormous blunder to present Slovan Bratislava the lead in opposition to Besiktas 😩 pic.twitter.com/t3dUFbQndA
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 19, 2019
Karius posted on his Instagram after the sport: ‘I do know this sport hurts. Us as a staff and also you followers. You will be indignant and dissatisfied. I take accountability for the primary goal this ball needs to be cleared higher.
‘After that, we still could have won this game. Things didn’t go our approach. Also with the late goal we conceded. But please, let’s all stick collectively. The entire membership. There remains to be every little thing to play for this season.
‘We have an important game on Monday night. We need your Support right now to get through this. Lets be together and get 3 points Monday. The whole team will give everything on the pitch for you.’