Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal Not okay performance in the first half But after fixing the UFABET game. The team performed better in winning the United States 3-1 reaching the 8th round against Argentina.
Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal admits his side lost a lot of possession in the first half despite going 2-0 up leading to a big blemish at half-time . Before coming back to play better until defeating the United States 3-1. Reaching the final 8 teams of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar as the first team On Saturday the past
The Orange Turbine Army led Uncle Sam to go first from Memphis De Pai in the 10th minute. Then came to receive a goal to close the first half from Daley Blind during injury time. But the second half American warlords Came to get a broken egg from Haji Wright in the 76th minute before 5 minutes later, Denzel Dumfries came to reaffirm the victory for the Orange Knights through to the quarterfinals to meet Argentina. This Friday the 9th of December
“I criticized the players a lot at half-time based on my analysis,” the 71-year-old said after the game. The team, however, in the first half we lost too much possession. and it’s not necessary That’s unacceptable in a World Cup. If you play with top teams You can’t make those mistakes. Second half they did a much better job. Even if we score fewer goals We are all very pleased. and gave us a lot of confidence.”
Side Virgil van Dyke, the captain of the Netherlands national team, believes that his team can perform better than this. Although the last step through to the quarterfinals of the World Cup Has been completed and revealed that this time the criticism of his team about the boring form of play began to diminish. because it works well enough
“I think we can do better than we played today. We still need to improve the gameplay even further. And now it’s a bit better. There were two goals that we scored brilliantly. As for the criticism, now it’s getting better. Because we can play good football. At this time, the team needs to recuperate before playing the next game, “said the Liverpool defensive line.