Leon Balogun returned to action after being sidelined with injury since November, as
Rangers thrashed League Two club Stirling Albion 4-0 in the Scottish Cup on Friday night.
Balogun last featured for Rangers in November last year, in a Scottish League Cup home defeat to Hibernian.
Following the 1-1 draw with Aberdeen on Tuesday, Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst rang the changes for the visit of Stirling Albion with Balogun making his long awaited return.
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And after impressing on his return from injury, the Super Eagles star was then replaced in the 60th minute.
Alex Lowry gave Rangers the lead in the 31st minute with a well-taken finish.
Rangers James Skipper Tavernier added a second with a penalty in the 37th minute then had another spot-kick saved two minutes later.
Cedric Itten slotted in a third from six yards in the 59th minute before Fashion Sakala added a fourth in the 86th minute.
Source: Complete Sports