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MALTA – ROMANIA 0-4 Puscas's reaction after the double: "We are at your fingertips! From now on, we think of Euro Youth" What Tatarusanu said



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Romania have won in Malta and are still hoping to qualify for UEFA EURO 2020.

Romania striker George Puscas scored a double in the game in Malta, won 4-0 by the Romanian national. He goes to the national youth field for the EURO Sub21.

"I am very happy, every goal of the national team is a pride, I am happy for this victory and now I think of the UEFA European Youth Championship."

We have to go there (to the Euro) with confidence, to be aware that we can fight a lot from there.

There will be an important absence (Chipciu, with Spain). We should not be calculating, we're still at our fingertips. If we continue to fight, it will be a happy ending for us. Fatigue also occurred, I ran a lot, they had opportunities, but eventually it was the result.

It's a pride, we play for our country and the fans that come to support us everywhere. I do not think we have to think about Spain, in the end we will do the calculations " said George Puscas for Pro TV.

Tatarusanu: "We want 4 points in the next 2 games"

The national captain of Malta, Ciprian Tatarusanu, expects Romania to be undefeated in the next two home games with Spain and Malta.

"We have to feel good, it was a difficult match in Norway and we got a point, even though I made a bad game." There have been regular parades for a goalkeeper with my experience. It is normal to make calculations, now we have two games at home. from which we hope to receive 4 points, the teams in the race still have chances.

I think we have very valuable players to replace either. Chipciu played very well with Norway and today played well despite the red. I'm sure the coach can replace him. On the qualities he has, (Ianis Hagi) he did well " said Ciprian Tatarusanu.



Roland Garros 2019 – Schedule, Results, Atletas Romani Full information

All of Romania sees Romania! Norway – Romania, Friday, June 7, 9:45 pm, live on PRO TV! Malta – Romania, Monday, June 10, 9:45 pm, live on PRO TV!

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