Rangers beat Hamilton Academical 4-0 at Ibrox on Saturday afternoon.
General view outside Ibrox
Rangers kicked off the Pedro Caixinha era by hammering Hamilton Academical 4-0 at Ibrox on Saturday afternoon.
The Gers appointed Caixinha earlier this month, and after he was sat in the stands for last weekend's 1-1 draw with Celtic, this time the Portuguese boss was in charge as Rangers took on Hamilton.
Caixinha enjoyed a superb day, with his side getting off the mark following a flowing move involving James Tavernier and Kenny Miller, with loanee Emerson Hyndman prodding home from close range.
Clint Hill bagged his third goal in his last three games, converting Jon Toral's superb cross, before a Martyn Waghorn penalty made it 3-0 in the second half after the striker had been fouled.
Another impressive move saw Waghorn play a flick into left back Lee Wallace, and he found the net to make it 4-0, handing Caixinha a resounding debut victory.
Rangers' Emerson Hyndman in action with Celtic's Scott Brown
After the final whistle, a host of Rangers players took to Twitter to offer their reactions to the game, with goalscorer Hyndman celebrating his strike whilst admitting it was great to give Caixinha his first win.
Forward Joe Dodoo it was good to be on the pitch again having endured a frustrating season, praising the club's fans in the process.
Lee Hodson, James Tavernier and Martyn Waghorn all hailed a strong team performance, with Caixinha getting off to the perfect start in the Ibrox dugout.
Good win today, nice start with the new boss. Support was fantastic as usual. pic.twitter.com/7dyIgLIkpH— Emerson Hyndman (@emersonhyndman) March 18, 2017
Good team performance today, fans were class and it's good to be back playing again, well done lads#RangersFC— Joe Dodoo (@36Dodoo) March 18, 2017
Good performance from the lads today— Lee Hodson (@leehods2) March 18, 2017
Another great team performance today!! Fans were outstanding as always pic.twitter.com/iIGogWhq2r— James Tavernier (@James_Tavernier) March 18, 2017
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