Rangers boss reveals Ramsey’s condition after missing crucial penalty in Europa final

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Giovanni van Bronckhorst Rangers team manager. It has revealed Aaron Ramsey’s stance after missing a crucial penalty that cost his side a Europa League final against Eintracht Frankfurt.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst defended Aaron Ramsey after missing a penalty that led Rangers to their Europa League final defeat toEintracht Frankfurt on Wednesday night. Past (Wednesday, May 18, 2022) kicked off at the central stadium like Sevilla ‘s Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, the final must be played until extra time. Then there was a penalty shootout as Rangers drew first from Joe Aribo in the 57th minute, then Frankfurt equalized in the 69th minute from Rafae. L Borre

          James Tavernier, Steven Davis and Scott Arfield all took penalties. Before Frankfurt’s goalkeeper Kevin Trapp saved Ramsey’s shot, Borre, Frankfurt’s fifth penalty, missed the shot. That means that the top team from Germany is the one who won the small European Cup to win. Asked how the mood in the Rangers dressing room was after the defeat in Sevilla, van Bronckhorst said:

          “It’s too bad. You can see it after the UFABET game.” “It’s not good to lose. And everyone is hurt, disappointed, you can feel it in the dressing room. I think it’s normal as well after the game. “Of course Aaron was disappointed. But he is responsible for the penalty shootout. You may hit or miss. Unfortunately for us he didn’t shoot. But you want to have a player responsible for the penalty shootout and someone feels comfortable in shooting as well.

          Van Bronckhorst added that “I think we prepared well for the penalty as well. Some players are comfortable taking penalties. Few of us are comfortable taking penalties and others. “We had to adjust because of the substitution, Borna [Barisic] had to leave and he was one of the first penalty players. 

John Lundstram also revealed that Ramsey was heartbroken after missing a crucial penalty. And he encouraged his team-mates via BT Sport : “It’s like a lottery where everyone can miss a prize.” “It could be any of us on the pitch. and unfortunately it was him But he is very sad.” The former Arsenal star joined Rangers on January transfer deadline day on loan from Juventus until the end of the season. And the Wales international has made just six appearances for the team, scoring two goals.