Rangers substitutes again prove the difference as they come back from a halftime deficit
In what was a whirlwind of a game, Rangers substitutes proved again to be the saviors for the Scottish giants as they came back to beat Corinthians, 4-2, after a four-goal, second-half flourish. Down 2-0 at half, despite having much of the run of play, it looked as if the Rangers might see their first Florida Cup loss.
But the second half proved opposite. You wouldn’t have known Rangers were down as the Scots put the Brazilians right on their heels and never looked back.
Rangers Manager Graeme Murty was well pleased with his team’s performance despite being 2-0 down at halftime.
“I thought boys played well in the first half. Some good combination play, movement and quality chances created,” Murty said. “Just thought we were a bit more forceful off the ball in the second half, more aggressive, that made the difference”
Rangers made five changes from Thursday’s lineup, including two players who had great success, Josh Windass, Daniel Candeias, and Michael O’Halloran. Also Eucio Dalcio was moved out of right back on up to wight winger.
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