On his return from Vaduz, he spoke about the importance of this match for him personally and his impressions after his debut.
“My wish came true; my dream came true to play for the national team of my country and what else to say than to be happy, because it is really a big deal to wear a jersey with the national coat of arms. My debut went well, I’m pleased with the 3:0 win. I have to emphasize that the pitch was a little bad, but nonetheless, we played a good match, we won and we move on. We have enough time until the play-offs and I believe we will be well prepared.”
After the first impressions settled down, Hajradinović regrets not registering in the scorers’ list:
“I could have scored a goal, but it just didn’t work out. I believe there will be more opportunities. We all wanted to win, and it’s important that we made it, because last night I played with some players for the first time, so based on a few training sessions, we couldn’t quite understand each other. Regardless of the fact that Liechtenstein was on the other side, I think we looked good on the pitch and that all the guys took that match seriously. We wanted to finish this last game of qualifications in the best possible way and I am glad that I started my first appearance in the national team with a victory.”
Hajradinović added in the end: “Now I turn to my club and the obligations that I have, because we continue with the championship matches on Sunday. It is up to me to train, play well, be healthy and then hope for new challenges in the play-offs.”