Ally McCoist has fans in hysterics with Rangers celebrations live on BT Sport

It was another famous night at Ibrox as Rangers booked their place in the Europa League final – and Ally McCoist delighted viewers by joining in the celebrations.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side overturned a narrow-first leg defeat to overcome RB Leipzig in front of a raucous home crowd. John Lundstram fired home the winner 10 minutes from time to seal a 3-2 aggregate victory, and send the thousands in attendance into ecstasy.

Eintracht Frankfurt now are the only club standing in the way of Rangers lifting their second European trophy, 50 years on from their solitary continental success. Thousands remained long after the full-time whistle to salute their heroes, who also knocked out Borussia Dortmund, Red Star Belgrade, and Braga along the way to the final.

Rangers legend McCoist was on punditry duties for BT Sport alongside former striker Kenny Miller, but the commentator simply had to join in the celebrations. The 59-year-old went wild and could not resist dancing along as the players were serenaded by supporters.

McCoist told BT Sport: "I'm absolutely buzzing, I can't tell you…look at the supporters. Dear me. That's as good as anything I've heard anywhere in world football, honest to God. The atmosphere tonight is as good as anything I've heard anywhere in world football.

"I know Gio was wanting them to play the 12th man. Not only were they the 12th man the supporters, they were the 13th and 14th men. They were absolutely superb from start to finish.

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"This is something that will be with them for the rest of their days. They've got a Europa final to look forward to…I don't want to think about the clamour for tickets already. But those families, the boys, whether it's Goldson, Tavernier, McGregor, they've got an opportunity of a lifetime."

Rangers will now have to dispatch their third Bundesliga side if they want to lift the trophy in Seville on May 18. Frankfurt sealed a 3-1 aggregate victory against West Ham on the same night, with a solitary strike from Rafael Santos Borre settling the return fixture.

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