KRIS BOYD involuntarily did his best Gary Neville impression as Rangers scored their second against RB Leipzig.
The former Gers striker was in the Sky Sports News studio keeping viewers up to date with goings on in the crunch clash.
Kris Boyd responded with glee at Rangers scoring
Glen Kamara sweeps Rangers into an aggregate leadCredit: Getty
Kamara, 26, celebrates his goalCredit: Getty
With a place in the Europa League final on the line, tensions were always going to run high for a man of Boyd’s Rangers allegiance.
And as Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side went ahead in the tie, he couldn’t mask his sheer delight.
Presenters crossed over to the former Scotland international for an update on the the game in the 24th minute.
Rangers had already levelled the tie on aggregate by this point, via a goal by James Tavernier.
And as Boyd was offering his update, Glen Kamara swept them ahead.
Boyd momentarily paused as he watched the shot being taken, before producing a guttural roar reminiscent of Neville’s squeaky exclamation when Fernando Torres scored for Chelsea against Barcelona in 2012.
The former Ger then said: “Two-nil, Glen Kamara!
“That’s good timing, ha ha! What a finish, he just passes it into the far corner with his left foot.
“It’s been laid back out to him, he’s bent it round, I think it’s one of the defenders, into the far corner.
“If you thought it was rocking five minutes ago, it is now at Ibrox, 2-0! What a goal!”
He was celebrating again when John Lundstram netted Rangers’ third goal.
Boyd, 38, made 215 appearances over two spells with the Ibrox club, scoring 121 goals in the process.
Rangers made it through to the final against Eintracht Frankfurt with a thrilling win over Leipzig.
Fernando Torres wheels away after scoring Chelsea’s famous goal at Barcelona in 2012Credit: Times Newspapers Ltd
Kris Boyd scored 121 goals for RangersCredit: KC Sports Pix