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Koeman, despite a profit in a chaotic duel critical of Everton

Koeman, despite a profit in a chaotic duel critical of Everton

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Manager Ronald Koeman was on Thursday delighted that Everton in the tumultuous duel with Hajduk Split in the play-offs of the Europa League converted into a victory, but was especially critical of his team.

Thanks to goals from Michael Keane and Idrissa Gueye won Everton with 2-0. The contest at Goodison Park was in the first half shut down after misconduct on the part of the Croatian fans, who tried on the field.

“For peace we did it very well. We played in a high tempo and were given opportunities”, says Koeman the game of Everton. He was fed up of the scuffles in the stands.

“That was very disappointing. I would like a fair contest, with simply football can be, but we had to stop. I don’t know what exactly happened.”

Halfway through, it was 1-0 thanks to the run of Keane, and Koeman is hoping that Everton after a rest would press. “In the second half we had to check and score to extend, but that did not work. It is still difficult next week.”

Koeman referred to this on the return between the two clubs next week, from 21: 00 will be played at the Poljud Stadium in the Croatian city of Split.

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Koeman, who Davy Klaassen and Cuco Martina a move gave, is that Everton opponent Hajduk Split unnecessarily alive.

“We failed to score because the tempo down. We gave Hajduk the belief that the competition could check. We were a few times dangerous, but not as in the first half and that was to ourselves”, says the former trainer of Ajax, PSV and Feyenoord.

“I’m not happy with it. Of course, it is good to have to keep the zero and 2-0 is a good result, but you always want the maximum.”

Former following his departure to chelsea Klaassen was Thursday in the match at Goodison Park after over an hour of us. Martina made the whole contest is full. Goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg remained on the bank.

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