Today we look at a nailbiting cup tie from 2005, saved by an unlikely Argentinian striker a win in Germany from 1967 and a match report written by Giovanni van Bronkhorst.
In 2005, Rangers started their defence of the CIS Cup with a nailbiting 5-2 third round victory over Clyde at Ibrox.
Federico Nieto was the hero for the Light Blues when he bagged two extra-time goals and the relief in Ibrox Stadium was palpable when referee Michael McCurry blew for full-time.
Clyde deserve great credit for their spirited performance as it took a late second-half strike from Thomas Buffel to save Rangers blushes after a dramatic 90 minutes that finished 2-2. Read a match report from the game here.
Eric Sorensen was the man of the match in 1967 as Rangers took on Dresden Dinamo in Germany, drawing 1:1. Sir Alex Ferguson was the scorer on the night, but it was the Danish keeper Sorensen who kept out the Germans with some world class goalkeeping.
In 2000, Rangers were away to Monaco and won 1:0 thanks to a goal from Giovanni van Bronckhorst. After the match, Gio wrote his thoughts in his very own match report which you can read an extract from here:
"What a game. what a goal. what a victory! I scored what would prove to be the winner against Monaco in just eight minutes and it was one of my best strikes - a long-range effort with plenty of swerve on it.
It was a great result, one we were all confident of getting from the moment we arrived in Monte Carlo on Monday and it sets us up perfectly for tonight's crunch tie in Turkey.
We were on top form in the opening 20 minutes and deserved to get the goal. After that it was all about defending and we did that very well to protect our 1-0 advantage. The Fans also deserve a special mention - they were amazing. In fact, even though it was Monaco's home game it was only the Rangers fans we could hear inside the stadium.
We must be one of the best supported clubs in Europe but I remember once with Feyenoord we had 15,000 travelling fans for a match with Borussia Monchengladbach."