Stewart Franklin, the head of Gersnet, has been speaking on the latest podcast by the Gersnet channel about all things relating to Rangers.
With time ticking away, a corner was swung into the box and Lukas Masopust rose highest to power a header that looked destined for the bottom corner.
However, there was 39-year-old McGregor to spring from one side of his goal to the other to get a huge hand onto the ball and prevent Masopust from scoring.
The former Hull City goalkeeper seemed to stop the ball under his hand, and Franklin was full of praise for McGregor’s stop.
He said: (24:54) “It was fantastic. I mean, it was a great cross, the guy leapt like a proverbial salmon, and I thought they’d scored, simple as that and for McGregor to get across and not only stop it from going in but to hold it was just stunning. Absolutely stunning.
“I mean, there’s an element of luck involved, I think another time he could save that, you could knock it round, it could come off his knees and end up back in the net quite easily, it could have [come] off him, it could have [gone] in, but this time, he saved it. It was absolutely incredible.”
Was this the best save you have seen?
Yes, it was up there
No, there have been better
TIF Thoughts on McGregor’s save…
The save probably gets better and better each time you watch, and Ally McCoist was full of praise for McGregor’s save after the game and rightly so.
However, Slavia proved they are a good side, and you would think that McGregor would have to be in good form again to ensure that Rangers get through to the next round.