Ryan Jack has fought the hell of an injury for almost a year.
A key player for the Rangers in winning the league title last season, he was forced to watch his last run from the sidelines due to a calf problem.
He picked up the injury in February last year and is now feeling close to full fitness again because of constant problems.
Gers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst gambled on the sophistication of his match for Borussia Dortmund’s Europa League trip.
The 29-year-old avenged his rage on Rangers’ midfield performance as the Scottish champions beat the German Giants 4-2.
Addressing Rangers websiteHe said: “It’s been a long time coming and I haven’t done a lot of sports running and training, so I knew coming here tonight to play against the world would be a big deal. Players on the entire pitch.
“But I’ve worked hard behind the scenes, I’ve worked tirelessly every day to get that moment, and for me personally, I’m glad to be back there to help the boys win a big one. Found. “
Jack believes that he and his colleagues had only a telepathic feeling. Ten The minute they were able to pull something special.
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He revealed: “You know what? I think the start of the game and the first 10 minutes, we had parts of the game and Buff (Alfredo Morellos) was on it – he was taking us ahead and He was connecting. Play.
“I think everyone from there just looked at each other and thought, ‘We’re on it tonight.’
“When you buy into it and stick with each other and everyone does their best and leaves it all there, that’s the kind of result we get as a team. Are able to
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“It’s only half time and next week is going to be very big for us, but it’s important that we use it as a building block.
“Hopefully we’ll have a good win on Sunday and come back next week, it’s another game hell with 50,000 behind us and it’s another chance for us to leave it all there and see if it Where are we going? “
The Scottish midfielder described the win in Germany as a “surprising” result and lifted the lid on the pre-match mode in the dressing room where every player vowed to leave everything on the pitch, regardless of the game. Is going .
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“It’s a wonderful result,” he said.
“What a performance – I think everyone talked and said before the game, it doesn’t matter what happened, we’ll leave it all on the pitch and I think that’s what we did. ۔
“Every man, when he was on the pitch, he gave up everything he had and it only shows you, when you buy into the game plan and stay connected, that when you have such a big You get leverage to grow your business faster. “
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