Romania’s Unirea Urziceni Draws 1-1 With Glasgow Rangers In Champions League

Romania’s champion team Unirea Urziceni held Scotland’s Glasgow Rangers to a 1-1 draw Wednesday evening in Bucharest, in the fourth leg of the Champions League Group G.


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Rangers opened score in the 79th minute, when Lee McCulloch's powerful kick sent the ball into Giedrius Arlauskis' net.

About ten minutes later, Unirea's Marius Onofras leveled the score, leaving Rangers with slim hopes of qualifying for the last 16 of the Champions League.

Unirea Urziceni: 1. Arlauskis - 23. Bordeanu, 6. Galamaz, 24. Maftei, 19. Brandan - 18. Ricardo Vilana (10. Paduretu '81), 32. Apostol - 30. Frunza, 21. T. Balan (11. Onofras '28), 9. Varga (17. Semedo '81) - 7. Bilasco, Coach: Dan Petrescu.

Glasgow Rangers: 1. McGregor - 16. Whittaker, 66. Wilson, 3. Weir, 5. Papac - 6. McCulloch, 8. Thompson (29. Fleck '85) - 14. Naismith, 7. Davis, 27. Lafferty - 18. Miller (10. Novo '82). Coach: Walter Smith.

Yellow cards: Bilasco '69 / Lafferty '28, Wilson '77.

Referee: Claus Bo Larsen (Denmark).

There was trouble at half-time when a section of the Rangers support clashed with stewards and missiles appeared to be thrown in the section housing around 2,000 Rangers fans. Things calmed down by the time the second half was underway after an announcement that the game would be suspended unless the violence stops.

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