Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara was in fine form last night, as Steven Gerrard’s side picked up the three points at Ibrox.

Glen Kamara has told BT Sport, during their live Europa League coverage, that Rangers boss Steven Gerrard was encouraging at half-time last night.

Rangers were poor in the opening 45 minutes against Porto, as they struggled to impose their style on the Portuguese side.

However, Rangers were transformed after the break as they put in a brilliant display.

Alfredo Morelos and Steven Davis both hit the back of the net in the second half to provide Rangers with an impressive win.

And Kamara suggests that Gerrard’s words at half-time helped Rangers to show their best.

“You know what ‘have some bravery, go out there and play our stuff’,” the midfielder said, when asked what Gerrard had told the Rangers squad at the break.

“We showed it in the first leg and hopefully we can keep it on going now.”

Rangers’ win over Porto has pushed them to the verge of qualification out of their group in the Europa League.

Gerrard’s side have had an impressive European campaign this term, with Rangers task to qualify initially looking tough.

Rangers were put in with some strong teams, but they are now very close to ensuring that they will finish in the top two.

Gerrard’s side’s next European match comes at the end of the month, when they take on Feyenoord.

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