Super Eagles striker Peter was on target as Slavia Prague beat Glasgow Rangers 2-0 at Ibrox to qualify for the quarter final of the Europa League on Thursday.
Slavia Prague came into the match after playing a 1-1 draw in the first leg last week, but they did just enough to win the second leg 0-2 to advance 1-3 aggregate.
Olayinka put Slavia Prague in front in the 14th minute after heading in skipper Jan Boril’s cross.
The Gers were later reduced to ten men as substitute Kemar Roofe was given his marching orders for a serious foul play against Slavia goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar in the 62nd minute.
Things went from bad to worse for Rangers as Leon Balogun was sent off in the 73rd minutes after picking up his second yellow card of the game.
The visitors doubled their advantage through Nicolae Stanciu a minute later.
Jindrich Trpisovsky’s side proceed to the last eight and are the first team to defeat Rangers at home in just over a year.
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