Larsson sees the goal as the pinnacle of beautiful Feyenoord debut
Sam Larsson had no better debut at Feyenoord could wish for. “Minutes to create, win and score. A nice start, I’m especially happy about it”, said the Swedish attacker after the profit on Heracles Almelo (2-4).
Managed to Larsson that he also a side note had to place. “We played very well, except for the last twenty minutes. When I replied, yes. I did not what I wanted.”
The Swede came in the 68th minute with a lead of 3-0 in the box for Jean-Paul Boëtius. Larsson saw up close how Feyenoord earnings almost out of the hands gave. The champion escaped at the end and was only relieved breath when Larsson in injury time when a quick breakout for the fourth hit made.
“Their keeper was gone forward, and I could only at the target end. I knew that Steven Berghuis was walking next to me, but he already had two times scored. That was enough. He is the next time to move again,” said Larsson with a wink.
Feyenoord book embracing victory at Heracles
Feyenoord has to visit at Heracles Almelo with a 2-4 win.
Feyenoord’s top scorer Nicolai Jörgensen fell halfway through the first half injured.
Steven Berghuis opened in the 22nd minute the score on behalf of Feyenoord.
Mountain house curled the ball beautifully behind Heracles goalkeeper Bram Castro.
Berghuis made seven minutes later the 0-2.
Jean-Paul Boëtius made for the capstone of the productive ten minutes for Feyenoord in the 33rd minute, 0-3.
Reuven Niemeijer took seventeen minutes before time, the tension back: 1-3.
Niemeijer was also 2-3, but in injury time some Feyenoord debutant Sam Larsson in the final standings at 2-4.
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The 24-year-old winger, who at the end of August happened to sc Heerenveen, has to say wedstrijdritme need to be physically in top form. He wanted to be in the preparation not allowed to train with us at his previous club.
“I will as soon as possible one hundred percent,” said Larsson. “Happy is waiting for us a busy program with a lot of matches in a short time. I will have my family in the coming weeks, not so much to see, but it is an excellent opportunity for the rhythm to do it and my opportunity to grab.”
The Swede hopes to be in the spotlight to play for the national team. Larsson wants to be like Sweden on 10 October to Amsterdam for the final confrontation with Orange in the world cup qualification.
“That is my goal. Sweden has a strong team with many good players. You should be careful,” he said with a grin.
Feyenoord probably without injured Jörgensen against City
Giovanni van Bronckhorst was after the match in Almelo angry and relieved. “If you had such a good first half play, and at rest with 3-0, the match is not as expired as it is here is gone”, grumbled the coach of Feyenoord.
“The first half we played great, when we showed our best football of this season. If you are after peace business will continue to play, but you can get one or two goals to prick. But the contrast was huge, way too big. We have set ourselves in trouble.”
“It was the last ten minutes of a madhouse. We showed us to the back to penetrate and chose in possession of the ball for the difficult solutions. That may not be at this level, this was the match costs. You have to be there ninety minutes, not sixty or seventy.”
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