Rangers dropped to 1-0 defeat against RB Leipzig after a long-range Angelino shot in the 85th minute.

And while the result is disappointing, the Ibrox side are very much still in the two-legged tie.

Here are the key issues from the game.

Angelino's strike proves decisive but tie is still alive

The Spaniard's stunning 85th minute volley was unstoppable and denied Rangers a deserved draw but the Govan side can be happy with the night's work. A one-goal deficit is not insurmountable and especially with the other-worldly atmosphere Ibrox is likely to create. Rangers were defensively obdurate and while Leipzig created the odd chance, Christopher Nkunko's rare off night meant it was extremely tight. The French superstar missed two decent chances, the first after rounding Allan McGregor and the second a header from close range. That apart, there was little in a game fought by two very accomplished and dangerous sides.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst tactical masterclass

The Dutch manager has had his critics at times this season but few doubt him now. He's shown a capacity to change games at crucial moments that is beyond what we even saw from his storied predecessor Steven Gerrard. Tonight he set up the team up in a 3-5-2 in the first half for containment and for the vast majority of the 45, it worked a treat. In the second half, the boss made a number of adjustments and changes at crucial times including changes of shape, switching Joe Aribo into the centre forward position and a number of substitutions. He can be satisfied with his night's work and how his team carried out his instructions, even in defeat.

Calvin Bassey worth a fortune

At 22-years-old this kid is clearly going places. A physical behemoth, he's never going to be outmuscled but crucially he has pace to burn. He's no fridge either, Bassey has mobility and quick feet for a big man. Given the Nigerian international is England bred and homegrown for Premier League clubs you can't imagine there are not huge teams taking notice of this kid's incredible development this season. 

Scott Wright gamble doesn't pay off

The former Aberdeen man has proved a vital squad option as we reach the business end of the season and was pitched in here due to the absence of Kemar Roofe and Alfredo Morelos. Picked ahead of more natural striking option Fashion Sakala, Giovanni van Bronckhorst will have been hoping his pace on the counter and ball carrying abilities would offer Rangers an out-ball but the converted winger struggled to make an impact and failed to hold the ball up. He was never going to offer Morelos like qualities but he looked nervy from the off and struggled to make any kind of positive impact.