Europa League round-up: Gerrard bemoans lack of VAR as Wolves leave it late in Istanbul

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Rangers manager Steven Gerrard gestures to Rangers’ Scott Arfield after the match REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Steven Gerrard rued the absence of VAR after claiming Rangers were denied a “blatant” penalty before a last-gasp Young Boys winner saw them suffer a 2-1 defeat in their Europa League clash.

After a Roger Assale strike early in the second half had cancelled out Alfredo Morelos’ opener, Rangers had a strong penalty appeal waved away after Morelos was brought down in the box.
But the officials were unmoved and, soon after a sensational save from David Von Ballmoos prevented Morelos from putting Rangers 2-1 up in the 90th minute, they conceded in the third minute of stoppage time as Christian Fassnacht made the most of a James Tavernier error to send Gers home from Bern empty-handed.
All four teams in Group G now have three points.
Gerrard admitted his side only had themselves to blame for the goals they conceded but felt they should have been awarded a spot-kick before the added-time winner.
He said: “Football can be cruel at times. We’ve got our

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