Ianis Hagi Balled Out and Bagged a Crucial Brace in Rangers 3-2 Europa League Comeback Win

The kid's going to the very top 📈

February 21st 2020

Ianis Hagi led an inspired Rangers comeback victory over Braga in the Europa League last night, with the young Romanian baller bagging a brace to deliver Steven Gerrard’s side a crucial 3-2 victory.

Balling out in front of his father, Gheorghe, Ianis showcased to the world he’s got his father genes by putting in a masterful display before bagging a sensational left footed strike to spark the come back.

Super Eagles star boy Joe Aribo would then dance through the Braga defence to level it up at 2-2 with one of the best individual goals you’ll see this season.

Then, with 81 minutes played, the 21-year-old stepped up to strike the free kick, which took a deflection to loop over the Braga ‘keeper to earn a vital 3-2 lead heading to next Wednesday’s return leg in Portugal. Some buzz for the Rangers fans.

After sending limbs everywhere, ‘Gers fans would go on to be even more delighted with the on-loan Genk attacker’s interview after the game, with Hagi saying: “It’s amazing! Ibrox, baby! It’s just different!”

“It was for nights like this I joined Rangers. My whole family were here, so it’s amazing.

“It’s the first time they came here and I’m really proud they were in the stand. I’m really happy and I guess I made them proud.”

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