LUUK DE JONG “kicked a door off its hinges” during PSV’s Champions League clash with Rangers last night, according to reports.

The Dutch side travelled to Glasgow for their crucial European play-off tie.

Luuk de Jong went in at half-time frustrated


Luuk de Jong went in at half-time frustratedCredit: Getty

With a place in the Champions League group stage at stake, tensions were clearly high.

Rangers took the lead on 45 minutes when Abdallah Sima finished into the top corner.

Such was De Jong’s fury at the concession, that TNT Sports touchline reporter Emma Dodds claimed on air that he had “kicked a door off its hinges” in the tunnel as he went in for the break.

Pundit and former Gers striker Kenny Miller subsequently joked that the Dutch forward should be made to foot the bill.

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PSV equalised just after the hour mark when Ibrahim Sangare struck on 61 minutes.

Rangers then regained the lead on 76 minutes, Rabbi Matondo finishing off a sweeping counter attack.

Michael Beale‘s side were back in front for just four minutes, with De Jong having the final say.

The former Newcastle and Barcelona star rose highest at a corner ten minutes from time, nodding past Rangers keeper Jack Butland.


In doing so, De Jong became the first PSV player to score in four consecutive European matches since Memphis Depay in 2014, as per Opta.

The two sides will reconvene in Eindhoven next Wednesday level at 2-2.

In the meantime, Michael Beale’s side travel to Ross County on Saturday.

While PSV do not have a game this weekend.

The Dutchman levelled at 2-2 on the night


The Dutchman levelled at 2-2 on the nightCredit: Alamy

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