General view of Ibrox - Rangers
Jordan Rossiter came off the bench to make his debut for Rangers last night in a win over Stranraer, as the club's busy start to the season continued.
Rangers beat Stranraer 3-0 at Ibrox, with Martyn Waghorn (2) and Niko Kranjacar scoring the goals.
Rossiter was one of the Light Blues' first summer signings, joining from Liverpool - where he was handed his debut by current Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers.
Liverpool's Jordan Rossiter in action against Bordeaux's Nicolas Maurice Belay
He has had to wait a little longer for his debut, due to his involvement with England's under-19 squad at the recent European Championships, where the Three Lions reached the semi-finals.
After joining up with the Rangers squad over the weekend, Rossiter was eased into action, coming off the bench last night after 64 minutes, replacing Joey Barton, once the game was already won.
Coming on at 3-0 up was the ideal circumstances for Mark Warburton to hand Rossiter his debut, and he looked sharp, and enthusiastic to impress.
Rangers' win was their fourth in a row in the Scottish League Cup group stage, and takes them into the last 16.
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Here is a look at how Rangers fans reacted on Twitter to Rossiter's performance...
Rossiter slotted in effortlessly when he came on too. Won an impressive number of tackles and barely wasted a pass.— Andy McKellar (@AMcKellar89) July 25, 2016
Wee man rossiter looks the business— Steeky Smyth (@SteekyS) July 25, 2016
Just dropped my phone coming out the stadium & @jordan_rossiter intercepted it before it hit the ground— Ryan Brown (@rybrownx) July 25, 2016
Rossiter looks a right good player.— Graeme Craig (@Graemec1986) July 25, 2016
Does anyone else think Rossiter looks a lot like Gerrard. Not saying he is the next SG but I reckon you can tell he's learned from him??— Allan McCallum (@AllanMc1307) July 25, 2016
Rossiter looks a player. Passing is great, he is aware of everyone round about him and he doesnt back out of any challenges.— Billy Wylie (@BillyW100) July 25, 2016
Jordan Rossiter Ballon D'or— Tam Honeyman (@thoneyman1) July 25, 2016