Abdallah Sima got the scoring underway after 22 minutes with a finish into the bottom corner to get his side ahead. On the brink of half time, Nicolas Raskin doubled Rangers’ lead with a lovely finish from 20 yards, his first for the Glasgow outfit.
Into the second half, Sam Lammers rattled the post and was unlucky not to get his Sima got his second of the day after the ball bounced around the penalty area and Dessers’ effort was saved by Marshall. Sima, alert as ever beat the Hibs keeper as he extended his sides lead after 65 minutes.
Into the second half, Sam Lammers rattled the post from inside the 18 yard box, had he hit the back of the net, it would have been his first goal since August. To top it off for the home side, striker Cyreil Dessers added his name to the score sheet with a calm finish as he rolled the ball into the back of the net to get his side’s fourth and final goal of the afternoon.
However, as impressive as it may be to see four goals in his opening game in charge, the Rangers boss wants his side to ensure they can hit these heights week in week out.
The competition steps up a level on Thursday night for Clement and his men as the Ibrox side head to the Czech Republic to face Sparta Prague in the Europa League.