Steven Gerrard lauds Liverpool loanee Ovie Ejaria after Europa League win

Florence Fletcher
August 31, 2018

Gerrard's men got off to the ideal start when Ovie Ejaria, on loan from Liverpool, opened the scoring early, his curling effort struck the top corner of the net to secure a vital away goal.

But Gers were made to sweat after being reduced to nine men against the Russian side thanks to two red cards for Gerrard's side.

Morelos was dismissed having collected two quick-fire bookings for a petulant first-half outburst at German referee Tobias Stieler, while Flanagan followed him down the tunnel after the break as he also picked up a pair of yellows.

But Ejaria's crucial away goal sealed a ticket to the group stages for Gerrard's men.

Milner has captained Liverpool during their opening three matches this season, and the 32-year-old has become an indispensable part of their squad, but the midfielder has admitted he could be tempted by a move to Glasgow later in his career.

Gerrard said: "Hopefully there will be some good news with Grezda in the coming days but in terms of Joe, it's good news".

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"I think his last four performances he's become a man".

Substitute Ivan Oblyakov gave Rangers a scare when his shot came back off the upright with Allan McGregor beaten, and Flanagan set up a tense finale by getting sent off for leading with his elbow when challenging for a high ball.

"He is a good guy, we worked well together at Liverpool".

"I don't have experience of Scottish football myself, but I have seen the players who have come down from Scotland over the years and know players who are playing in Scotland now".

"Sometimes the decisions were harsh and I thought in Alfredo's case the decision was very harsh, so I feel for him".

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