Rangers FC with the worst balance sheet in the history of the Champions League group stage
Today the group stage of the Champions League ends, but yesterday some teams played their last matches. It turns out that Rangers FC has set an infamous record.
The statistics portal Opta shared a curiosity that puts the finalists of the Europa League from the previous season in a bad light. The Gers did much worse in the Champions League. They finished the group stage with six defeats and the worst goal difference in the history of this stage (-20, balance 2:22). Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s players competed in a strong group with Ajax, Liverpool and Napoli, which gently serves to justify them.
The previous record belonged to Dinamo Zagreb, who in the 11/12 season had a goal balance of 3:22, so a goal difference of -19. This means that the Scottish team improved the infamous record by just one goal.
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–20 – Rangers’ goal difference of -20 is the worst for a side that lost all six group stage games in the UEFA Champions League in the competition’s history (F2, A22). Obliterated.
– OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) November 1, 2022
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