Rangers U17s have been outdoing themselves in the ALKASS Cup, in Doha.
In a tournament featuring some of the biggest teams in world football, they have reached the final.
That’s some achievement.
After a goal-laden group stage, they continued in a similar vein on Wednesday afternoon.
Kashiwa Reysol were the opponents, and the Gers swept them aside 5-1.
Goals from Arron Lyall, Nathan Young-Coombes, Kai Kennedy (2) and Alexander Lowry, were enough to secure passage to the showpiece event.
In the other semi-final, Aspire Academy, who beat the Gers earlier in the tournament, took on the best young prospects of Italian giants, AS Roma.
The match finished 2-2, before Roma booked their place against Rangers via a penalty shootout.
Recap of the semi-finals day 10 match 2:
FULL TIME SCORE: Aspire Academy 2 – 2 AS Roma
PENALTY SHOOT-OUT: Aspire Academy 1 – 4 AS Roma
— ALKASS U17 Cup 🏆 (@ALKASSIntlCup) February 13, 2019
This is the eighth edition of the ALKASS Cup, but the first time either club have participated.
Last season, Paris Saint Germain beat Kashiwa Reysol 2-1 to lift the trophy.
The big day for the young Gers is Friday, with a 2:15pm kick off time.
Just as with Wednesdays semi-final, you can catch the decider live via a stream on the club’s website (rangers.co.uk) or on the Rangers Facebook page (facebook.com/rangersfc).
Best of luck to the U17s!
— Rangers Youth Academy (@RFC_Youth) February 13, 2019