Ally McCoist Wowed by Heavily Criticised Rangers Player v Sparta Prague

Rangers secured a crucial 2-1 victory over Sparta Prague on Thursday, boosting their prospects of advancing to the knockout stages. Danilo and Todd Cantwell’s stellar first-half strikes were pivotal in the triumph, but it was the unselfish play of Sam Lammers that caught the attention of football pundit Ally McCoist.

McCoist, analyzing the game on TNT Sport, highlighted Lammers’ pivotal role in the build-up to Cantwell’s goal, describing it as an “excellent” moment. The Dutch forward showcased remarkable awareness and teamwork by creating ample space for Cantwell through a well-timed and selfless run.

“Excellent run from Lammers, takes the defender Gomes inside, the ball comes to Cantwell, a lovely drop of the shoulder. That’s a tremendous ball, but the run from Lammers poses a problem and gives Cantwell the space. A very, very composed finish. Brilliant goal,” remarked McCoist during the analysis.

Despite facing criticism for a slow start to his tenure at Ibrox, Lammers demonstrated his value beyond the scoresheet. While he might not have been the most influential player on the pitch, his unselfish off-the-ball work showcased why manager Philippe Clement consistently includes him in the lineup.

Read more: Rangers Legend Barry Ferguson Applauds Philippe Clement for Keeping Everyone On Their Toes

Lammers’ strategic run to create space for Cantwell played a crucial role in Danilo’s ability to deliver a relatively straightforward pass to find Cantwell near the penalty area. Cantwell then exhibited exceptional composure, slotting the ball into the bottom corner with a brilliant left-footed effort.


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