Rangers won the Petrofac Training Cup with a 4-0 win over Peterhead on Sunday.
Rangers made it two trophies in a week with a 4-0 win over Peterhead in the Petrofac Training Cup final on Sunday afternoon.
Just days after clinching the Scottish Championship title thanks to a 1-0 win over Dumbarton, the Gers can celebrate again with another trophy.
Ally Gilchrist's own goal set Rangers on their way, and James Tavernier hammered home a long range volley to make it 2-0 before half time.
Andy Halliday's penalty and a late Kenny Miller goal wrapped up the win for Rangers, enabling their players and manager Mark Warburton to celebrate yet again, before the attention turns to next weekend's Scottish Cup semi-final clash with Old Firm rivals Celtic.
After the final whistle at Hampden Park, ex-Rangers players took to Twitter in order to react to the result, congratulating their former club on the latest success.
Winger Vladimir Weiss suggested that he wished he was in the stands to cheer the club on, whilst another former wide man, Tottenham's Nathan Oduwa, congratulated the club he spent time on loan at earlier this season.
Wish i was in the stands now singing....:)— Vladimir Weiss (@VladiW7) April 10, 2016
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