Rangers have stormed into the UEFA Youth League second round after seeing off Stockholm side Hammarby.
The Under-19 Gers held a 3-0 lead going into their second leg in Sweden at the 30,000 capacity Tele2 Arena in the city's Johanneshov district.
It will have had a big game feel in the same ground the Allsvenskan club play their first team matches and they duly delivered with a 1-2 win to seal progress in the competition.
Hammarby had a number of early chances with Rangers keeper Jay Hogarth forced into an early stop while the home side also hit the post.
But on the hour mark the tide turned as Robbie Ure's introduction proved crucial.
He took only five minutes to make his mark and the goal put the tie completely out of sight.
William Axelsson responded for the hosts but the Ibrox kids weren't settling for progress alone as Ross McCausland hit the winner and they strolled into the next stage.
There they will meet Septemvri Sofia of Bulgaria after they eased to a 4-1 aggregate success over Albania's Akademia e Futibollit on Tuesday night.
The class of Alkass 2019 will hope to better their play-off finish last time out, in which Atletico Madrid proved too tall an obstacle.