Rangers manager Philippe Clement: "Tavernier had a good game - so did a lot of players," he tells BBC Scotland. "In the first half, we could have scored a few goals. In the second, when Hearts got tired, we found more spaces, more chances and good goals.
"I'm really happy with it, because I know how hard it is to play a team like Hearts with their qualities, their structure, their resilience. It was an important evening to create but also to not give away too much.
"I've only been here two weeks, but I can see how everyone at the club is doing the right thing.
"I'm not a guy who looks backwards. I always look forward. That's why I made some changes.
"I know we have a lot of games in a row. I'm really satisfied with getting to the final, but my head is already thinking about Sparta Prague."