Rangers reached the Europa League semi-final on Thursday night when they beat Braga 3-1 at Ibrox in a game that needed extra time.


The Glasgow giants have not been so far into any European competition since making the final of the UEFA Cup in 2008.



Their home form has been pivotal in helping them reach the semi-finals and the Ibrox faithful were in their element during the win over Braga on Thursday night.


Miller admits that the home fans have been immense in Rangers’ fairy tale run in Europe and the atmosphere during European nights at Ibrox has been different this season.



However, he insisted that the players and Giovanni van Bronckhorst still deserve credit for responding to the support through their performances.


Asked how big a role the Rangers fans have played in the European run, Miller said on Clyde 1’s Superscoreboard: “They have been [big] over the course of the campaign.



“There is a different feel to European nights at Ibrox.


“The anticipating, the excitement about what the European competition brings is different from the demands and pressure of the domestic season.


“When you score after two minutes, you can’t even see what the performance is going to look like and you are already 1-0 up and the fans are absolutely right behind you.


“Credit has to go to Giovanni and his players because they need to come out and impose themselves on really good and top opponents.”


Rangers will have the advantage of playing the second leg of their semi-final tie against RB Leipzig at Ibrox.