Rangers survive unlikely fightback to clinch Scottish Cup

24 May 2008 04:02
Queen of the South recovered from two goals down only for Boyd to score the winnerRangers ended their gruelling season on a high note as they clinched the Scottish Cup at Hampden Park, but they were made to toil for the spoils after squandering a two-goal lead before eventually overcoming plucky Queen of the South in a hard-fought second half.First-half goals by Kris Boyd and DaMarcus Beasley had earned Rangers a seemingly unassailable two-goal cushion at half-time and the SPL runners-up appeared to be cruising towards a comfortable domestic cup double before the Scottish First Division side hauled their way back into the match with two goals from Steven Tosh and James Thomson within eight minutes of the re-start. Boyd's 72nd-minute header put an end to an eventful contest. Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian