Rangers embarrassed by upstart Luxembourg side, exits Europa League in qualifying stage
Record 54-time Scottish champion Rangers endured one of the biggest humiliations in its history on Tuesday when it was knocked out of the Europa League by a tiny Luxembourg team.
Progres Niederkorn had never won a match in a European competition before beating the Glasgow side 2-0 at its 14th attempt to reach the second qualifying round 2-1 on aggregate.
Rangers finished third in the Scottish Premiership last season. The team is recovering after being forced to start again in the fourth tier of Scottish football in 2012 after a financial implosion.
Rangers contested the final of the now-defunct UEFA Cup in 2008.
The continent's second-tier knockout competition was rebranded the Europa League.