AMAD DIALLO scored FOUR minutes into his Rangers debut.
The Manchester United winger, 19, completed his loan switch to Ibrox on Thursday evening.
And he started in Gers’ Scottish Premiership clash at Ross County.
Less than 48 hours later, he was off the mark.
As the clock ticked just past the four-minute mark at Victoria Park, Joe Aribo picked up a loose ball down the left channel.
He drove with intent into the corner of the County penalty area.
And then Aribo picked out Diallo at the back post with a perfect left-footed pass.
The Ivorian No9 simply could not miss as he tapped in from a yard out with his left foot in poacher’s fashion.
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Defender Jake Vokins and goalkeeper Ashley Maynard-Brewer watched on helplessly.
Diallo did a knee slide to celebrate before being mobbed by his new Rangers team-mates.
The goal was just the £37million former Atalanta youngster’s second goal on British soil since his mega transfer to Old Trafford a year ago.
His solo strike in nine United appearances came in a 1-1 Europa League draw with AC Milan on March 11.
But with just 68 minutes of first-team football under his belt this term and 17 career matches, Ralf Rangnick approved his loan deal to build his experience.
Diallo, whose shot was spilled for Rangers’ second goal, said: “It is good to come to a club which wins trophies every year, like Rangers.
“I think I made the right decision to come here.
“I can bring lots of things to the team — liveliness, speed and also attacking flair in terms of a threat to the opposition. It would be good to win trophies, but to win them we all need to remain focused.
“I’ve come here to bring something to the team and I hope my involvement will go well.”
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