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Former Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha has been raving about Carlos Pena after the on-loan Rangers midfielder made his Cruz Azul debut.
Caixinha’s new side picked up their first win since the Portuguese took the reins when they eased past Pena’s old club Chivas 3-1.
The 27-year-old midfielder was a second-half substitute and was jeered by the Chivas supporters as he made his return to Mexican football after an abject six-month spell in Scotland.
Caixinha was happy with Pena’s debut and claimed he can be a “big signing” for Mexico City-based side.
“The win will give us a great deal of confidence,” Caixinha said, as quoted by the Scottish Sun.
“I thought Carlos Pena did well when he came on. He showed he can be a big signing for us in the future.”
Pena exited Ibrox on a temporary deal when he signed a 12-month loan with the Mexicans, which is expected to be made permanent if the 27-year-old impresses on his return to Central America.
The former Mexico international scored five times in 14 appearances for the Ibrox giants after a £2.2million move from Chivas in June but looked out of depth with the fast-paced, physical nature of Scottish football.
Caixinha was sacked by Rangers on October after seven months in charge at Ibrox with Under-20’s boss Graeme Murty handed the reins until the end of the season.
During his time at Ibrox, Caixinha failed to win three consecutive games.
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