That was merely a glimpse of the target compared to the long hard look Mols
was given when Mikel Arteta, back after a two-month injury lay-off, punched a pass through the middle.
Looking back, Mols
still feels it was an unfair dismissal all round.
But in signing a new contract last summer, Mols
put himself forward as prime candidate to lead the Gers attack.
missed out on Rangers double cup triumph last season and knows that the clock is ticking down on his Ibrox career.
But it was Mols
who stole the show, grabbing the second in a manner that harked back to his Ibrox prime before his knee injury in a challenge from Bayern Munich goalkeeper Oliver Kahn in a Champions League game.
Big Eck gave Mols
his chance to shine when he sent him on for the last half-hour against Feyenoord.
Beelenkamp was left unconcious and had to be stretchered off but, although the flashpoint was missed by match officials, Mols
is expected to be hammered by the Dutch FA later this week.
has played in the Champions League of course and will never forget the last time he played against a German team in that competition.
was left out of the 16-man squad that travelled to Parkhead for last weekend's SPL clash with Celtic - and spent the afternoon playing football with his son in his back garden.
fails to beat that deadline, Advocaat believes it be all over for the goal-grabber at Ibrox.
Dick's even replaying the video of Tuesday night's match over and over to remind himself of just how much excitement and enjoyment Mols
got out of being involved.
, who insisted he would leave the club if he failed to be a hit, said: "I always said I'd like to come back here one day.
After playing a vital part in Rangers' Treble success, McLeish is convinced Mols
can go on to recapture the form that has made him such a favourite with the Ibrox support.
struck late in the first half to give his side a lead their lacklustre play hardly deserved and Aberdeen's attacking second-half policy looked to have paid off when Steve Tosh conjured up an equaliser with a quarter of an hour remaining.
The two countries have a historic dislike for each other and Rangers have a boss and three prominent players, Arthur Numan, Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Mols
, all Dutch.