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Rangers: Fans won’t believe this behind scenes footage from last night’s win

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Rangers fans won’t believe this behind the scenes post-match footage to surface after last night’s stunning’ Europa League victory.

The Gers faithful were treated to yet another memorable European night at Ibrox as they overcame yet another German giant in the form of RB Leipzig winning 3-1 on the night, thus progressing through to the final with a 3-2 win on aggregate, which has set up a final against a third Bundesliga outfit, Eintracht Frankfurt.

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It was a packed out Ibrox, as to be expected for such a huge game, however, that atmosphere was something to behold, especially after the full-time whistle with fans singing their hearts out after witnessing their side book a spot in the Europa League final.

Copa 90 have tweeted out a video which shows how bouncing Ibrox was last night, literally, with a camera operator up in the gods at Ibrox has been videoed bouncing up and down while working, such was the noise and atmosphere in the stadium.

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While a lot of fans will claim to have a great atmosphere at home games, but not many will be able to quite literally, make their stadium start bouncing and shaking, but that’s what the Rangers faithful did last night and it will surely only make their smiles grown even wider today.

With an atmosphere like the one that makes a stadium move, it’s no surprise that clubs such as Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig have buckled when facing the Scottish side on home turf.

Giovani van Bronckhorst has managed to guide his side into the final of a European competition for the first time since 2008 when the Gers were defeated by Russian giants Zenit St Petersburg, while that was a disappointing evening for Rangers fans, given the teams they’ve already beaten this season, they will be full of confidence heading over to Sevilla.

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