JOHN Lundstram confessed the entire Rangers squad is “heartbroken” afterbeing denied victory over Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League final in Seville by a “world-class” Kevin Trapp save.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side lost a penalty shoot-out to Oliver Glasner’s team in the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium in Seville 5-4 after substitute Aaron Ramsey had his spot kick kept out by Trapp.

But it was a block by the former Paris Saint-Germain player at the end of the second period of extra-time which really hurt Lundstram.

The German internationalist did superbly to get between a close-range Ryan Kent effort and his net after Kemar Roofe had squared to the winger just yards in front of goal.

“We are heartbroken,” said Lundstram to BT Sport. “It’s so hard to take to lose on penalties. In the 120 minutes, I don’t think both teams were great. We could have played better.

“But it’s hard to play on a big stage like this, it’s nervous for everyone. I am just severely disappointed to lose on penalties. It’s a lottery, anyone could have missed.

“Aaron is an experienced enough player to know that. It could have been any of the 11 on the pitch. We are just so heartbroken.

“I’m disappointed to let everyone down. They have all come over to Seville and we had three quarters of the stadium. It’s just heartbreaking.

“The chance at the end was the point where we could have won it. But what can you do? It was a world-class save.

“We are just devastated. The boys put in so much graft. We can all be super proud to have got this far, but I am so heartbroken for the fans and everyone.

“We were the one pushing and pressing in extra time. We were getting crosses in and Ryan had the chance, but the keeper made a top save.”