BangladeshPost placeholder

Two goals in a minute gave Spartak Moscow a thrilling win that ended Rangers’ 11-game unbeaten run in the Europa League this season, reports BBC.
Rangers had taken the lead three times in the first half through Roman Eremenko’s own goal and fine strikes by Daniel Candeias and Glenn Middleton.
But they were pegged back by Lorenzo Melgarejo, a Connor Goldson own goal and, after the break, by Luis Adriano.
Steven Gerrard’s side were left to rue an offside flag that denied Rangers a 4-2 lead, with TV replays suggesting Alfredo Morelos was onside, and a last-minute James Tavernier effort off a post.
It means that the Russians, who drew 0-0 at Ibrox last month but whose poor domestic form has continued under caretaker boss Raul Riancho, leapfrog Rangers into second place in Group G thanks to a better head-to-head record.
Spartak had limited Rangers to very few opportunities in the goalless draw at Ibrox but gave an early indication they would be
more generous as Eremenko
turned Middleton’s corner into his own net.