Rangers fans have been reacting on social media to Michael O’Halloran’s performance in the 1-0 win against Atletico Mineiro in the Florida Cup in the early hours of Friday morning.
The winger was making his first appearance of the season for the Light Blues, following his return to the club after spending the first-half of the season on-loan at St Johnstone.
The 27-year-old played the second-half of the game which the Gers won 1-0 thanks to a goal from Josh Windass.
Here are some of the best reactions from Twitter to O’Halloran’s first appearance in a Rangers shirt for a long time:
Candeias windass and O’halloran also impressive????????
— Stu (@boag22) January 12, 2018
david bates is honking, o’halloran looking sharp. like him as a player
— Duwn (@dylan_thirtle) January 12, 2018
Controlled performance Rangers. Happy with Goss, Murphy, Halliday and O’Halloran!
— oPR3CiSiONx (@oPR3CiSiONx) January 12, 2018
Goss and Murphy looked good! Halliday and O'halloran played like they had something to prove! Was a good fun watch with a lovely finish from Windass! Roll on Sat, should be a tougher test #WATP
— Jamie Hunter (@GoToBedHunter) January 12, 2018
O'Halloran clever for the goal
— ???????? Tosh ???????? (@bigtosh1972) January 12, 2018
Didn't see the Rangers game during the night but I've read that we performed well outwith Dalcio. Good to hear some positives about O'Halloran and Halliday too. Looking forward to the second half of the season.
— JJ Bird ???? (@JJBRD_21) January 12, 2018
Admit it, Hodson and O'Halloran up the right side is the stuff of dreams.
— Fraser Hamilton (@FraserH24) January 12, 2018
O’Halloran was signed by then Gers boss Mark Warburton for a £500,000 in February 2016, and featured regularly in the side.
He fell out of the first-team picture altogether under Pedro Caixinha, who sent him on loan to his previous club St Johnstone for the first-half of the season.
O’Halloran scored five goals for the Perth side in his spell there, which has prompted Graeme Murty to give him a chance to try and fight for a place in the first-team.
O’Halloran will be hoping to take-part in Rangers’ next game in Florida against Corinthians on Saturday, and it will be interesting to see if he makes the squad for the Gers’ first match after the winter break, a visit to non-league Fraserburgh in the Scottish Cup.
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