Gheorghe Hagi scores incredible volley

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It's fair to say that Romania legend Gheorghe Hagi lit up the world of football with his extraordinary technique and skill throughout his career, but it appears that he's still rather special. 

Hagi, 51, yes that's 51, is currently the manager of Romanian outfit FC Viitorul Constanța and his side have recently returned for pre-season training. 

In all honesty, then, Hagi would have probably been hoping for his team to impress him ahead of the new season, but it's the man himself who has been the one impressing. 


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Indeed, as you can see in the video below, the former attacking midfielder, who previously starred for Barcelona and Real Madrid, stuck a quite outrageous volley past his goalkeeper. 

The poor 'keeper never really stood a chance as the thunderbolt looped over his head and into the back of the net. 

Outrageous goal 

We can now safely say that Hagi has still got it. 

Hagi managerial career 

But how has his managerial career gone? Well, since retiring from the game back in 2000, Hagi has taken on a number of roles. 

As Romania's greatest ever player, he was quickly handed the country's top job in 2001, but that quickly turned sour after he failed to lead the team to the 2002 World Cup. Ultimately, he was dismissed. 

A number of club teams have followed, including two fairly average stints at Turkish outfit Galatasaray, but he's currently back in Romania with Viitorul.

What's your greatest memory of Hagi? Have your say below! 

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