By Will Butcher
As published by hitc.com,
The Gers suffered a 4-3 loss to Spartak Moscow in Russia on Thursday night.
The Gers suffered a 4-3 loss to Spartak Moscow on Thursday night in Russia, despite taking the lead three times in the first half and going into the break 3-2 up.
But two quick-fire goals from Spartak – just before the hour mark – completely turned the game on its head and has seen Rangers slip from top of Group G to third, level on points with second-placed Spartak.
Gerrard believes his side are still more than capable of finishing in the top two places and qualifying for the Round of 32. But he believes it has become a whole lot harder – and reckons the Villarreal clash has become more “exciting”.
“It is still wide-open and it will go to the wire which is what we predicted at the beginning. Villarreal becomes even bigger now and