For some, like Barry Ferguson, it was an epic European triumph, right up there with anything that any Scottish club has ever achieved.
Steven Gerrard saw his side’s 4-0 win away to Willem II differently, it was the Great Escape as he told The Sun when discussing Allan McGregor:
The biggest compliment I can give is that in my career I can’t remember when a keeper got man of the match in a 4-0 win for his team. That tells you the story.
Gary McAllister might think that Ryan Kent’s performance put him in line for an England call up but the reality is that he probably has less chance than James Tavernier and Connor Goldson of pulling on the famous white shirt with lions on it.
Thursday’s win in Holland has been celebrated like a genuine offer coming in for Alfredo Morelos but as the fifth window draws to a halt there is still no interest in the chunky Colombian.
Two weeks ago after beating Dundee United 4-0 at Ibrox Gerrard pleaded for new signings, at Fir Park tomorrow he’ll be looking around the old faithful from last season with Kemar Roofe crocked and Cedric Itten ‘taking time to adjust to the pace of Scottish football’.