“That could be a terrible goal to lose. Sometimes at a set play someone will get a run on you, they’ll get a flick they usually’ll get a header, they usually’ll beat you to the ball.
“That you could accept. But a free header like that, and it isn’t the primary time. And no one on the post by the best way.”
McCoist admitted Ajax’s second goal was lucky but couldn’t accept James Tavernier’s role in Kudus’ strike. He continued: “Tavernier involves Kudos. The finish is out of this world, I want to inform you that, that is an arrow.
“But once the ball comes there, on the very least he must be made to return towards his own goal. He shouldn’t be allowed to show and get a run on you and have the physicality to get across you, because that is what can occur.
“Whenever you play against top players within the Champions League, that is the perfect competition on this planet, that is what can occur. He’s allowed to show which he cannot afford to be.”
Borna Barisic thought he had pulled a goal back for Rangers within the seventieth minute with a superb 20-yard strike however the goal was ruled out by VAR for offside against Ryan Kent.
Ex-Tottenham striker Steven Bergwijn piled more misery on the Scottish side as he accomplished the route with a fourth goal for Ajax 11 minutes from time.
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