Rangers midfielder Aaron Ramsey missed his penalty as Eintracht Frankfurt produced one of the narrow football scores of the Europa League.
Allan McGregor – 6
A painful night for the veteran goalkeeper, whose emotion was plain to see at the end. He was close to a couple of penalties in the shoot-out, getting his hand to one, but it wasn’t to be.
James Tavernier – 6
The captain led the way in the shootout and did his bit but, after his heroics on the road to Seville, he hadn’t quite been at his best during the game.
Connor Goldson – 6
A yard or two out of position when Frankfurt’s cross came in for the equalizer and that gave Borre the opening he needed. Goldson was among the Rangers players who looked a little nervy.
Calvin Bassey – 8
Just beaten to the ball for Frankfurt’s equalizer but Bassey was Rangers’ standout performer in Seville. At just 22, Bassey produced a brilliant display, despite the pressure of the occasion.
Borna Barisic – 6
Looked devastated to make way deep into extra-time with an injury. Frankfurt had limited his attacking output to a couple of encouraging crosses in the first half.
John Lundstram – 7
Gave Rangers supporters an early scare when his high foot just five minutes in drew blood from Frankfurt captain Sebastian Rode but he escaped punishment.
Ryan Jack – 6
Put his foot in and picked up the loose balls for Rangers in midfield but had his hands on his head when he shot over from the edge of the box.
Ryan Kent – 6
What could have been? With extra-time almost up, Rangers’ big chance came his way but Kent, who had surged ahead of his marker, couldn’t divert Roofe’s cross past goalkeeper Trapp.
Glen Kamara – 7
Stepped up to the challenge in midfield with an exhausting effort in the Spanish heat. Cleverly drew fouls in the first half and for a second looked like he might repeat his semi-final goalscoring feat.
Scott Wright – 6
A good early turn almost got Aribo in and repeatedly helped Rangers move up the pitch – but didn’t overly trouble the Frankfurt defense.
Joe Aribo – 8
It looked like he might be the surprise hero. Unexpectedly continuing as the false nine, despite Kemar Roofe’s return from injury, Aribo pounced on Tuta’s slip to superbly convert a goal for Rangers in the Europa League final.