On this day in Rangers history, we have won a total of three League Cup trophies! We also remember a cult hero leaving for pastures new, a recent league win over Celtic and a last gasp victory over Hibs.
The first League Cup trophy was won in 1964 over Celtic 2:1 thanks to a brace from goal machine Jim Forrest and the second was the infamous 1:0 win over Celtic 1970 that saw a 16 year old Derek Johnstone make his impact on the first team.
The third trophy win was a 2:1 win over Hibs in 1993. Ian Durrant opened the scoring in the second half only for Dave McPherson to level the tie with an own goal. In the 67th minute, manager Walter Smith sent for Ally McCoist from the bench and he was to come on and score a spectacular overhead kick winner.
In 1998, fans cult hero Genarro 'Rino' Gattuso left the club to sign for Salernitana for a fee reported to be in the region of £4million. World Cup winner Rino played over 40 times for the club and scored 5 goals and has since been back at the club to train during the Italian winter break.
A magnificent second-half comeback saw Rangers keep up their 100 per cent winning record in the SPL as they swept to a 3-1 victory over Celtic on this day in 2010.
For a third consecutive season, Kenny Miller struck a double in the first Old Firm fixture of the campaign to win the match for the Light Blues. Gary Hooper had put the home team in front seconds before the half time whistle but a Glenn Loovens own goal made it 1-1 just three minutes after the restart.
Miller then took over with two excellent finishes - including a clinching penalty - to give Walter Smith's men their best start to a national league campaign since 1921. You can read a match report of the game here and watch it on RangersTV here.
In 2002, Rangers eventually overcame a stuffy Hibs side to successfully start the defence of the CIS Cup they won in March the previous year.
Bobby Williamson's Hibs opened the scoring after just six minutes with an Ian Murray cracker but Derek Townsley scored an own goal midway through the half and Claudio Caniggia fired Gers ahead just moments later.
The impressive Garry O'Connor equalised after the break but Peter Lovenkrands had the last laugh by grabbing a sensational late winner. It was a pulsating 90 minutes in the capital and Ibrox gaffer McLeish was pleased to progress to the next round.