Rangers came from behind to beat Corinthians 4-2 in Florida on Saturday evening. Graeme Murty's side were left trailing 2-0 at the end of an error-laden first half which saw Rodriguinho and Colin Kazim-Richards fire past Wes Foderingham.
But Murty made seven changes at half time and one of those, Alfredo Morelos, proved inspired.
The Colombian hitman scored twice, either side of Andy Halliday's equaliser, and James Tavernier added a fourth on 82 minutes to seal the win and with it the Florida Cup.
There were plenty of good performances, most notably from Morelos, while new signing Jamie Murphy also looked sharp on the left-hand side of attack.
But there were also a few who struggled and fans of the Ibrox club have singled out Michael O'Halloran for criticism.
O’Halloran keeps cutting in ....get to the bye line and put the cross in instead of losing the bloody ball coming inside into trouble !!!!— The Rangers Bluenose (@RangersBluenose) January 13, 2018
Even Dalcio has offered more on this match than Michael O'Halloran for Rangers. Although, they have spent most of it passing the ball from side-to-side.— Jack Haugh (@JackMHaugh) January 13, 2018
Kranjcar - started well from deep for first 20 mins then has turned off, shocking last 25— TheRangersWay (@the_rangersway) January 13, 2018
Holt - struggling with strength of other midfielders
O’halloran - absolutely awful
Windass - only real threat
Dalcio - surprisingly has been our best player
Herrera - anonymous
Feel MOH isn't used well when played wide plus seems like he's trying to hard to impress— Scott Murphy (@ScottMurphy10) January 13, 2018
I just think he's a bit of a one trick pony, unfortunately.— Jack Haugh (@JackMHaugh) January 13, 2018
Still a competitive game. I’m not fussed anyway, just feel that Murty should’ve played the strongest 11 from the other night instead of doing two 11’s again - Dalcio, kranjcar and moh should be no where near that team.— Rangers Spares (@gersspareticket) January 13, 2018
About to watch a Rangers side containing Niko, Herrerra, Dalcio and MOH. Such talent— John McIntosh (@JohnMcIntosh19) January 13, 2018
O'Halloran, a £500,000 signing from St Johnstone under Mark Warburton in 2015, has only returned to the Gers following a half-season loan at his former club and he will hoped to have fared better than he did in front of the new Rangers boss.