Wednesday, October 20, 1999 Published at 21:26 GMT
Mols puts Rangers top
Amoruso celebrates his first Champions League goal
Rangers 4-1 PSV Eindhoven
Rangers thoroughly outclassed PSV Eindhoven, beating them 4-1 in a superb performance at Ibrox, with Dutchman Michael Mols scoring twice against his compatriots.
They are one point clear of Valencia and Bayern Munich, who drew 1-1.
Rangers easily dominated PSV, who are unbeaten in their domestic league but are now bottom of Group F, and could have won by a greater margin.
Dick Advocaat's men made a tentative start but slowly began to open up the Dutch defence.
Rod Wallace missed three chances to increase the lead but Mols was not so wasteful when he rose at the far post to convert a superb Neil McCann cross from the left.
PSV were out of their depth but managed to pull a goal back on the stroke of half-time thanks to a debatable penalty awarded by referee Pierluigi Collina.
Ruud van Nistelrooy tumbled weakly under a challenge from Craig Moore and the home fans were astonished when Collina pointed to the spot.
Nistelrooy converted to briefly give PSV hope but McCann, chosen ahead of former Manchester United star Andrei Kanchelskis, capped a fine performance when he stabbed home Rangers' third - although possibly from an offside position.
Mols made the game safe for Rangers minutes from time. He latched onto a long ball from Porrini and shrugged off the challenge of Jan Heintze before thumping a shot beyond keeper Ivica Kralj.
That strike means, apart from being top of the group, Rangers also now have the healthiest goal difference.
Rangers: Klos, Porrini, Moore, Amoruso, Ferguson, Van Bronckhorst, Mols, Wallace, Vidmar, McCann, McInnes. Subs: Charbonnier, Kanchelskis, Albertz, Amato, Adamczuk, Wilson, Johansson.
PSV: Kralj, Faber, Heintze, Van Bommel, Khokhlov, Van Nistelrooy, Nilis, Vogel, Nikiforov, Stinga, Wielaert. Subs: Lodewijks, Dirkx, Bruggink, Kolkka, Van Der Doelen, Addo, Rommedahl.
Referee: Perluigi Collina (Italy)