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VIDEO: Rangers’ striker scores a Puskas Award contender

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In the opening fixture of the Europa League Group D, Rangers’ star shook the entire social media with his goal. You must see this!

Unbelievable scenes at Stade Maurice Dufrasne as Rangers beat Standard Liege in the Europa League fixture. Though, just before the full-time whistle, Rangers‘ star scored an outrageous goal.

Evidently, Kemar Roofe shook the social media as his half-line attempt might be one of the Puskas contenders.

Subsequently, Rangers took an early lead in the 19th minute by James Tavernier’s spot-kick.

A Puskas winner.

Furthermore, the game went on without any goals right up to the end. Surprisingly, Roofe received the ball from a Standard Liege corner kick in injury time.

Consequently, the 27-year-old dribbled his way through three defenders in a solo-show for Rangers.

Reaching just before the half-line of the field, Roofe unleashed a long-strike over Liege keeper Arnaud Bodart.

In addition, Rangers’ second goal took a toll on social media with pun-intended posts from supporters. Undoubtedly, Roofe’s goal is the best goal of the day in the European tournament.

With his goal, Rangers now move past Standard Liege right below Portuguese giants Benfica in Group D.

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