Rangers 1-7 Liverpool: Champions League – live reaction

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This is the biggest defeat Rangers have ever suffered at Ibrox. “Liverpool should propose another breakaway league, this time comprising themselves, Bournemouth and Rangers,” argues Al O’Neill, who may be onto something.

Virgil van Dijk speaks to BT. “Yeah, that was great. We had to play with composure. Sometimes we didn’t, but in the second half we did it much better. I’ve never played here before, and it was a good night in Glasgow. Rangers had to come, so there was going to be space. [Firmino and Salah] showed the quality we need for the rest of the season. Everyone expected us to win here, but we’re in a tough period and take it game by game. That’s how we will approach the big one on Sunday. [Manchester City] are in fantastic form, but we will prepare well and be ready for Sunday.”

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This article was written by Scott Murray and originally published on www.theguardian.com