Spartak Moscow Faces UEFA Charges

The match between Spartak Moscow and Rangers was charged for failing to kick off on time by UEFA. This Europa League clash that happened in Russia started late by two minutes. Both clubs are facing charges with some additional penalties being faced by Spartak, being the host nation and team in the match.

This match was held last week, is a thrilling match that ended with a score of 4-3. This was played out in Moscow last Thursday. Gers walked away with nothing though the lead was taken by his team in three instances. Spartak and Rangers are facing the charges levied by UEFA. As per TV footage, Alfredo Morelos, Gers Frontman, turned up late in the tunnel as ref waited to lead teams onto the pitch.

Spartak also faces additional charges such as fans setting off missiles and fireworks as well as having blocked stairways. There is also a disciplinary case scheduled that would be heard on Thursday, December 13th. On this date, the Rangers would be taking on Rapid Vienna team, a game that is scheduled to be played in Austria. Rangers sit in the third position in Group G and they are level on five points as per Spartak’s position. Villarreal is top of the table as the team has six points and Rapid Vienna is at the bottom with four points.

The Rangers will host a game against Villarreal which would be held on November 29th. This will round off the group stage campaign. With the victory that they achieved against Spartak Moscow, Europa League group could now have a leader in the Rangers. Gers has racked up about four points from the two games that they opened. However key players being missing, Gerrard would have to guide his team accordingly. With four players to be added in January, he will get the boost that he needs to showcase successful performance of the Rangers.