Rangers’ Ianis Hagi says he is not interested in his surprise goal for Romania when they lost 2-1 to Germany.
The two sides met last night in Hamburg for the World Cup qualifiers.
The hosts went to the top of the group to advance to the top of the JK, while Romania was looking for coordination with Armenia and northern Macedonia in the second.
Despite being a huge favorite of the Germans, it was a long way to go in the match which took the lead.
گیرس Ianis Hagi stunned the Germans with an incredible solo goal in the ninth minute.
It mugged the German defender, exploded in the box and exploded behind Barcelona’s Marc Andre Ter Stegen in the bottom left corner.
Romania went ahead, but unfortunately it all fell apart in the second half for Tricolor.
Serge Gnabri drilled the German Leveller out of the box before his Bayern Munich teammate Thomas Mرller caught the winner late.
Hagi says he did not go with at least one point against Germany
“I’m not interested in whether it was the best goal ever,” he said.
“I don’t even want to think about my purpose because we are going here without any points.
“Our goal was to get at least one point.
“It’s normal for me to be disappointed because when you go 1-0 up at half time you think you will win the game or at least get one point.
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“I thought we were putting them in real trouble, but we failed to score the second goal and they scored.
“Even a draw would be a good point for us, but we lost late and didn’t get any points.
“Now we have a big game against Armenia in Bucharest on Monday and we have to win it.
“We will go back to the match and analyze it, but right now I am very disappointed.
“We are a young group of players and we are going home very sad because we lost 2-1 in Germany.
“I think it says a lot about the intentions of this squad.”