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Requested by supporters and by the press to the national team, Cosmin Contra included him Constantin Budescu, 30 years, in the lot for the decisive double on which Romania will play it on Fridays and Mondays, with Sweden, respectively Spain, for EURO 2020.
It remains to be seen whether he or Ianis Hagi, 21, will play, as they both have about the same qualities.
Romania – Sweden. Constantin Budescu says that Ianis Hagi is closest to his profile
Budescu has been called up to the national team and hopes to help the team achieve the results that lead to EURO 2020. First convened in the current campaign, Budi hopes to play. Doubling his position is Ianis Hagi.
"It was ok at the reunion. We hadn't seen each other in a long time. I hope we do a good job and qualify. It is good to score and not to score empty, but the victory is important. I try to play my game, no matter what opponents I meet.
Support from supporters matters. I always wanted to play with the stadium full. I came again at the end, I hope it's the same outcome and we qualify again.
Most of my player profile is closer to Ianis, because we play the same post.
I hope at least one of my kids takes this road and plays football", Budescu told frf.ro.
Romania lot for double with Sweden and Spain
Cosmin Contra initially called 25 players and again with the accident to Florin Andone, the coach was left with only 24 footballers available. It is not yet known whether he will call someone in place of the attacker.
Goalkeepers: Ciprian Tătărușanu (Lyon), Florin Niță (Sparta Prague), Silviu Lung (Kayserispor)
Defenders: Vasile Mogoș (Cremonese), Romario Benzar (Lecce), Adrian Rus (MOL Fehérvár), Ionuț Nedelcearu (FC UFA), Iulian Cristea (FCSB), Andrei Burcă (CFR Cluj) Nicușor Bancu (Craiova University), Alin Toșca (Gazişehir Gaziantep )
midfielders: Ciprian Deac (CFR Cluj), Ianis Hagi (Genk), Răzvan Marin (Ajax Amsterdam), Tudor Băluță (Brighton), Dan Nistor (Dinamo Bucharest), Alexandru Cicâldău (University of Craiova), Alexandru Mitriță (New York City FC), Florinel Coman (FCSB), Nicolae Stanciu (Slavia Prague), Constantin Budescu (Astra Giurgiu)
Forwards: Claudiu Keșeru (Ludogorets), George Pușcaș (Reading), Denis Alibec (Astra Giurgiu)
Euro 2020 Preliminaries | Program of group F
- November 15, 2019: Norway – Faroe Islands, Romania – Sweden, Spain – Malta (9:45 pm)
- November 18, 2019: Malta – Norway, Spain – Romania, Sweden – Faro (9:45 pm)
Group F standings, Euro 2020 preliminaries
Euro 2020 preliminaries