Thanks to a missed penalty kick from Steven Davis and ended in the North of Ireland, the Netherlands on Saturday in a 0-0. Northern Ireland’s coach Michael O’neill thinks that the idea of the Orange, they have contributed to the lack of a shoot-out.
Captain Davis, in case you have a half hour to build from for 11 yards, but shot over with the goal of Jasper Cillessen. ly for this reason, ending the match in Belfast in a 0-0, which for the Dutch team was good enough to qualify for the european CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Referee Szymon Marciniak awarded a penalty to the North of Ireland, and, after the hands of Joel Veltman to lack of players. Prior to that Davis was actually able to shoot it, he would have to wait for a long time, while in particular Sub-captain Virgil van Dijk in a meeting with the Polish and artwork.
“There’s no doubt that that Steven has touched. The result was in doubt for him,” said O’neill, who told the BBC. “There’s nothing worse than waiting for a penalty shootout will take it. The referee had a better deal with them.”
The head coach of the Northern People, called, especially, to be the captain Of the Dike and goalkeeper Cillessen as the focus. “Van Dyke was a very, very long time, with the challenge of a shoot-out. Then the keeper, a sign of his lineage. This also had an effect on Steven, since he has, I think, never a free kick and missed it, too.”
The missed penalty was, according to O’neill, who is a mental tap on his team. “We won’t know how the match had gone to rest, were held. The lack of a penalty cost us a lot of morale and energy.”
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O’neill, who picked up a loss against the Orange, not to say goodbye where is the hometown audience was hoping for. The fifty-year-old coach will join the national team of Northern Ireland, for the English club Stoke City, which plays in the Championship.
In the play-offs and the Nations League may be, Northern Ireland is, however, still places for the european CHAMPIONSHIPS next summer, and that the employment of O’neill, who is still to extend. This shows that the process with confidence.
“We have two of the best teams in Europe to play and no time played. We have it at home, then lost to Germany and the Netherlands, but there are a lot of great things to be found”, said O’neill.
“We need to make sure that we are in the playoffs with the same mentality, to play, and what klinischer it. That is, we can do it, we have already proved that. That is the lesson we got from these three matches will go.”
Northern Ireland’s coach Michael O’neill was at the match with the colour Orange. To the left of his Dutch colleague Ronald Koeman. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
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