Rangers have excelled in the Scottish Premiership and the Europa League this season.
Steven Gerrard saw his men progress to the last 16 after overcoming Royal Antwerp.
Rangers had a 4-3 first leg advantage and they sealed a 5-2 win in the return leg in Glasgow.
Alfredo Morelos starred for his side, scoring a goal and registering three assists in Rangers’ 5-2 win over Royal Antwerp on Thursday. Morelos even had three assists in the first leg in Belgium.
The Colombian could have improved his numbers had he decided not to kick the ball out after Antwerp’s Jérémy Pierre Gelin picked up an injury.
Morelos’ gesture has received wide praise, including from Inter Milan star Romelu Lukaku.
Marca have also joined the list as the Spanish newspaper are in full praise of Steven Gerrard’s Rangers side and the South American attacker for his ‘Fair Play’ gesture.
They add ‘lightening Rangers’ are on a ‘offensive roll’ after scoring nine goals in both legs against Royal Antwerp, their highlighted as the team to watch in Europe.
The same emotion is not shown in Belgium and from Het Laatste Nieuws. They suggest Antwerp were a perfect example of a ‘masterclass of shooting yourself in the foot’ by conceding nine goals across the two-legged tie.
It’s claimed Rangers punished Royal Antwerp for their defensive errors and therefore, the ‘elimination is no more than justified’, but largely down to the Belgian club rather than their opponents.
Manager Franky Vercauteren believes some of the goals conceded could have been avoided. Lior Refaelov didn’t hold back while being critical of his side’s mistakes.
He said: “Every mistake was immediately punished, we made too many mistakes to even get close to qualifying.”