Aaron Ramsey’s missed penalty made Eintracht Frankfurt the winners of the Europa League final. Nevertheless, the Glasgow Rangers star is supported by his coach.
It always hits one: The penalty shoot-out in the Europa League final between Eintracht Frankfurt and Glasgow Rangers was decided by Aaron Ramsey, whose shot was blocked by Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp. Nevertheless, Rangers coach Giovanni van Bronckhorst sticks to his midfielder. Such a penalty shoot-out is always “a lottery”.
Praise and frustration: Van Bronckhorst emphasized that his players “gave everything”. At the same time, he does not hide his disappointment. “If you play a final in Europe and lose, it hurts,” emphasized the Dutchman.
Serie A instead of Premier League: Ramsey was loaned to Rangers from Juventus Turin a few months ago. The Welsh international, who played for Arsenal for eight years, is now returning to the Italian record champions after the 31-year-old has barely played for the Scots in that short time.
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