Super Eagles midfielder, Joe Aribo came off the bench to net his debut European goal to inspire Scottish side Glasgow Rangers to a 3-2 comeback win at home to Sporting Braga, AOIFootball.com reports.
Having started just one of his previous four Europa League matches this season, the former Charlton midfielder continued in his sub role as the hosts fell to an early Fransergio goal in the 11th minute.
Aribo was then introduced nine minutes into the second half for the injured Glen Kamara but it was the visitors who got the second when Abel Ruiz doubled their lead just before the hour mark for 2-0.
Down but not out, Rangers pulled one back via the boot of new acquisition Ianis Hagi on 67 minute before Aribo produced a moment of pure class and magic when we dribbled past five markers before slotting home to send the Ibrox fans into ecstasy.
Ianis then completed the comeback when his free-kick was deflected into the net as the host claimed a big 3-2 win ahead of next week’s return leg in Portugal.
Aribo finished the game with a rating of 7.0, showing he could be more than just an attacker after switching and scoring from left-back following an injury to Borna Barisic when he came on.