THE international break is over and with that Rangers’ international players will return to the club over the coming days. Here we round-up how they got on with their respective nations. 


Eros Grezda – Albania

10.10.2018 Albania v Jordan

Eros continued his return from injury by turning out for his country in this friendly which ended 0-0. The winger played 46 minutes before he was replaced. Interestingly the 23-year-old was used as a striker in the first-half but told Albanian media after the game that he didn’t perform his best football playing through the middle.

14.10.2018 Israel v Albania

Eros further boosted his fitness as he played all 90 minutes in his side’s UEFA Nations League Qualifier on Sunday night. He was back in a more familiar position too, on the left of a front three. Albania lost 2-0 but the Gers player had two good chances to bring his side back into it – one from a header 15 minutes from time and another in stoppage time when he dragged a left-footed shot wide.


Allan McGregor- Scotland

11.10.2018 Israel v Scotland

Allan was picked for Scotland’s competitive fixture as they played twice during the international week. While a ten man Scotland lost 2-1 in the UEFA Nations League tie the stopper was the only one who stood between the home side and a more substantial win.


Ross McCrorie | Robby McCrorie | Glenn Middleton – Scotland U21s

12.10.2018 Ukraine v Scotland

  • Ross continued to captain the U21s as they were defeated by the Ukraine in a Euro U21 Qualifier.
  • Robby started in goal for the Ukraine clash and pulled off a superb one-on-one stop in the second-half to deny Maxym Tretyakov on the hour mark.
  • Glenn came off the bench in the 69th minute with the game at 2-1. The 19-year-old couldn’t make an attacking impact to effect the outcome as the tie ended 3-1.

16.10.2018 Scotland v England

  • Ross played the entire 90 minutes at Tynecastle and had a golden opportunity on the half hour mark to change the game as he watched a volley fly over the crossbar at 0-0.
  • Robby was replaced in goal for the game by Ayr United keeper Ross Doohan.
  • Glenn was brought on at half-time as Scott Gemmill switched things up at the break. In the end Scotland were undone by a strong England side who won 2-0.

Scott Arfield – Canada

16.10.2018 Canada v Dominica

Scott wasn’t risked in this CONCAF Nations League Qualifier after picking up a hamstring problem while on international duty. A youthful Canada side produced a 5-0 route over the side ranked 177th in the world.


Lassana Coulibaly – Mali

12.10.2018 Mali v Burundi & 16.10.2018 Burundi v Mali

Lassana didn’t start either of Mali’s African Nations Cup Qualifiers as they played a double header against Burundi. The first game was a stalemate while the second, on Tuesday ended in a 1-1 draw.

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