Peter Lovenkrands has revealed that if he could relive the memory of any Rangers game he played in, he would chose the match against Celtic in the 2002 Scottish Cup final.
The 36-year-old found the back of the net twice in that game at Hampden, with his second coming in the 90th minute to hand the Gers a dramatic late victory in the Old Firm derby.
Lovenkrands, who scored his first of the game in the 21st minute, admitted at that time he did not understand the importance of his second goal and the victory.
But now that he is aware of the magnitude of the moment, Lovenkrands explained that he would certainly want to relive the memory.
“So may games but I would probably say the last-minute winner in the Old Firm game in the cup final because at the time I did it, I didn’t realise how big it actually was until now and further down the line”, Lovenkrands told Rangers TV, when asked if he could relive the memory of any Gers game, which one would he choose.
“And to actually go back and learn how much it meant, it would be crazy to relive that.”
Lovenkrands played at Rangers between 2000 and 2006 and helped the club to win two league titles, one Scottish Cup and three Scottish League Cups.
The ex-Denmark international also counts Schalke, Newcastle United and Birmingham City amongst his former employers.