Glasgow Rangers managed to spare their blushes on Saturday afternoon with a 1-1 draw with Motherwell at Ibrox.
Joe Garner equalised on the hour mark, after a dismal performance from the home side in the first-half, starting with a third-minute goal from Louis Moult.
The draw leaves Gers sitting in third place in the Scottish Premiership and losing ground with Aberdeen in the chase for second, 10 points behind the Dons.
Although it was only his second game in charge, new boss Pedro Caixinha will undoubtedly know now what the expectations of the club are from their fan-base, with the team booed off the pitch at the half-time whistle.
The Portuguese manager decided to ring around the changes at the beginning of the second-half and they began to pay dividends.
Garner, who replaced Lee Hodson, made the impact hoped for, by scoring his eight goal for the season.
Rangers fans took to social media to comment on the two very different halves and remarking on the changes made by Caixinha during the interval.
Here are some of the best reactions:
Joe garner needs to start every game for us, very dangerous when he came on and unlucky not to score more
— Nathan Bennett (@n_bennett91) April 1, 2017
Worst half of season followed by the weirdest half. #Rangers
— Marc Melrose (@MarcMelrose) April 1, 2017
One player we missed massively today was Tav, Hodson is okay but only gives basic defensive qualities. #Rangers
— JB 🐻 (@JordanBrogan__) April 1, 2017
Well that was different. 😯 #Rangers
— Craig Swift (@TopFenceClimber) April 1, 2017
— Graeme Roberts (@RobertsTheGrey) April 1, 2017
Miller needs dropped.
Garner should be starting.
Harry deserves a proper chance.
Wes is POTY by a country mile#Rangers
— Jamie Carr (@rhu777) April 1, 2017
This guy needs to start next week. Always expect the unexpected with Joe Garner pic.twitter.com/4Y7H95N3mr
— Willie Vass (@WillieVass) April 1, 2017
Dunno what to say about the #Rangers game. The changes at half time were insane…….but it showed balls of steel and made it exciting af!
— huarty (@huarty) April 1, 2017
Another home match in which #Rangers go behind. Ultimately, another draw in a match we'd expect to win. And another two points jettisoned.
— Andy Duncan (@andyjd747) April 1, 2017