Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is on the verge of helping his nation to a monumental achievement. Finland are now just one win away from qualifying for the European Championships next season.
With Italy running away with Group J, Finland, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Greece and Armenia have been taking points off each other throughout the qualifying process.
Finland are now five points clear of Armenia and Bosnia knowing that a win against Liechtenstein in their next fixture will see them qualify for a first major international tournament.
Kamara has played nearly every minute of the qualifying process and the midfielder has been a driving force in their success, along with Norwich goal-getter Teemu Pukki.
His emergence on the international stage once again highlights the bargain fee that the Ibrox club paid to bring him to Glasgow.
Steven Gerrard mentioned at the time of the signing that Rangers had picked up a bargain when signing the midfielder from Dundee. As reported by The Courier, Kamara cost Rangers just £50,000 when snapped up in January.
Considering the Ibrox hero is now the driving midfield force behind a potentially historic Euro 2020 qualification campaign just shows how good a deal Rangers got with this Gerrard favourite.