Both legs between Borussia Dortmund and Rangers were all-time classics, but the first leg will go down in the history of Rangers as one of their most impressive European away performances in what can be such an intimidating environment.
It was quite an even game heading into the latter stages of the first half, but two goals in three minutes by James Tavernier and Alfredo Morelos gave Rangers a shock lead going into the break.
The start of the second half was just as electric as the end to the first half, with John Lundstram extending Rangers’ lead for a couple of minutes with a great left-footed effort before Jude Bellingham’s equally great left-footed strike pegged one back for the home side.
This scoreline only lasted three minutes before an own goal from Dan-Axel Zagadou put his side in deep trouble as he put Rangers up 4-1 in the Signal Iduna Park with the Rangers supporters making all the noise.
Dortmund were able to grab a late goal through Raphael Guerreiro to make this game a six-goal thriller, but despite it being a close contest overall, Rangers’ flurry of four goals in the span of twelve minutes away to a European giant not just shocked the stadium but football fans around the world.