Rangers hammered Alloa Athletic 5-1 this afternoon.
Rangers racked up another win under new manager Mark Warburton as they coasted to a 5-1 victory away at Alloa Athletic on Sunday afternoon.
After beating St. Mirren 3-1 on the opening day of the season, Rangers travelled to face Alloa this weekend, and the game got off to a blistering start with a goal from Gers right back James Tavernier after just four minutes.
Just moments later, former Newcastle striker Michael Chopra pulled Alloa level, only for Martyn Waghorn to instantly put Rangers back in front, in what was a bonkers opening ten minutes.
After that Waghorn penalty, Rangers took control of the game, as goals from new signing Jason Holt and veteran forward Kenny Miller put Rangers 4-1 up before half time.
With five minutes left, Miller got his second of the game, putting a seal on a convincing 5-1 victory for Rangers, leaving them top of the Scottish Championship table with two wins from two games.
Following the game, a host of Rangers players took to Twitter to react, including goalscorer James Tavernier and new signing Nathan Oduwa, who arrived on loan from Tottenham on Wednesday.
The youngster turned in a fine cameo display as a substitute, impressing with skill and trickery - which he didn't shy away from on Twitter.
Here are some of the reactions from Rangers players on Twitter after beating Alloa Athletic 5-1 earlier today...
Different class from the boys again today! Seen more than a few familiar faces in the crowd #foreverandever— Andy Halliday (@Andy_Halliday) August 16, 2015
Great result today against alloa! 5-1 and solid performance, onto next game now on Wednesday @RangersFC— DominicBall (@dominicball3) August 16, 2015
Great result! So happy to get on the score sheet and too assist 2 goals for Kenny even though he nicked it off me pic.twitter.com/ewYpDLYmk9— James Tavernier (@James_Tavernier) August 16, 2015
Brilliant team performance I hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Great away support as well. Bring on Sunday! #RangersFamily— Wes Foderingham (@wes_foderingham) August 16, 2015