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'It was cold!' Legendary striker Gheorghe Hagi says he was not crying as he watched his son Ianis

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Gheorghe Hagi has said he was not crying as he watched his son play for Rangers last night, claiming it was the cold.

The Romanian legend seemed to shed a tear as Ianis scored two to help his side beat Braga 3-2 at Ibrox.

Hagi said he was satisfied his son was at the right place after witnessing his progress, and revealed he spoke to boss Steven Gerrard.

He said: 'Ianis is fit, plays well and is happy.

'I want to say well done and congratulations to Rangers because they played a tremendous match.

On-loan Genk star Hagi said it was extra sweet his father was there to witness his biggest moment for Rangers to date.

Gerrard's men had looked down and out before Hagi's 67th-minute goal, with sub Joe Aribo drawing the sides level with a 75th-minute solo effort.

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