Rangers closed out their trip to the United States with a 4-2 win over Brazilian side Corinthians in the Florida Cup at the Spectrum Stadium.
Light Blues boss Graeme Murty had brought Wes Foderingham back into the team after the goalkeeper sat out Thursday night’s 1-0 win over Atletico Mineiro at the Orlando City Stadium.
Eduardo Herrera was deployed as a lone striker, while Niko Kranjcar slotted into midfield as Murty looked to fully utilise his squad at the 45,000-capacity University of Central Florida venue.
Left-back Guilherme Romao rattled the crossbar early on before Rodriguinho and Colin Kazim-Richards had given the Brazilians what looked a comfortable first-half lead.
Murty made no less than seven changes for the second half – and one of the substitutes Alfredo Morelos started the comeback just after the hour with a close-range finish following a free-kick by Sean Goss.
On 71 minutes, the Scottish side were level when Andy Halliday converted Morelos’ low cross.
Colombia frontman Morelos then grabbed his second just six minutes later after a positive run down the left by Jamie Murphy.
Right-back James Tavernier added a fourth late on to complete the turnaround.
Rangers will be back in domestic action away to Highland League side Fraserburgh in the Scottish Cup on Sunday, January 21.