Ianis Hagi has reflected back on his most iconic moment in a Rangers shirt.

'Ibrox baby' became the 25-year-old's saying as he announced himself to the Ibrox crowd with a deadly double against Braga in 2020.

The game - which occurred four years ago yesterday - ended with Hagi securing a stunning two-goal comeback for Steven Gerrard's side at Ibrox in the last 32 of the Europa League.

Goals by Fransergio and Abel Ruiz has the Portuguese outfit in a healthy lead in Glasgow, with the hosts looking down and out in the first leg.

New signing Hagi got the hosts back into the game by cutting inside on his left and firing a strike in at the near-post before a superb solo effort by Joe Aribo got Rangers back on level terms.

Hagi then truly felt the admiration from the packed Ibrox crowd by scoring a free-kick to give Rangers an unlikely advantage in the tie heading into the second leg, which Florian Kamberi ensured they won 1-0.

With Tuesday the four anniversary since that electric night in Glasgow, Hagi - who is currently on loan at Deportivo Alaves - showed he still holds fond memories from the occasion.

He simply wrote: "Ibrox baby, it’s just different!"

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Of course, as well as producing the good on the pitch that cold February night, Hagi also came out with this phrase after the match when speaking to broadcasters.

The Romania international's full quotes from the night read: “It’s amazing - this is Ibrox, baby!

“It’s just different on a night like this. I’ve had some pretty good moments before but scoring a brace in a European competition is amazing - a dream come true.

“You can’t stop - even at 2-0 down. We played at home with our fans and we knew one moment could bring us back into it.

“He had to stay positive and work for it. Amazing things happen at Ibrox.

“We knew Braga would come here and play. They have played well in the last two months in Portugal.

“This is just the first leg and we have to play well next week. It’s not finished.”