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- a dramatic victory over Braga at Ibrox.
The slick Portuguese were dominant and cruising in the last-32 first leg after goals from Fransergio and Abel Ruiz.
But Rangers hit back with an Ianis Hagi double either side of Joe Aribo’s superb solo goal in a 15-minute flurry.
The visitors started poorly and fell behind when Emmanuel Dennis lobbed Sergio Romero early in the first half, but they equalised before half-time when Anthony Martial raced through to beat ex-Liverpool keeper Simon Mignolet one-on-one.
“I don’t think it was one of the best games anyone’s seen,” Solskjaer said. “It was a difficult game against a well-organised team in difficult conditions.
“We got an away goal, we got a draw. We go home next week so hopefully we can finish the job.”
Who says the Europa League doesn’t matter? Well, surely Thursday’s action was enough to make you change your mind?
Five British teams have made it to the last 32 and Wolves already have one foot in the next round having enjoyed a thrilling first-leg win over Espanyol.
Rangers fought back from 2-0 down to beat Braga while Arsenal claimed a late win in Greece. There were also draws for Manchester United and Celtic, with the home leg to come.
Phew, what a night! Now let me take you through it…