The players and staff of the Orange is under 17 years of age, sitting in sackcloth and ashes, after missing out on the world cup final. The team’s coach, Peter van der Veen, and lost, Thursday night in Brazil after the penalty shootout of Mexico.
The netherlands came out in the second half, and still have gained a competitive edge by Youri Rule, but Mexico pulled off the stand in the 79th minute of the same. In the deciding penalty shoot-out, missing the Orange’s three penalties, and that there had been too much for the runner up.
“I try to give the players as much as possible, to be comforted, and that I will be in the dressing room, certainly do it. That they deserve,” said the influential Van der Veen, immediately after, against the Dutch. “It’s just a matter of crying out and trying to bring the focus back to them.”
icularly, the way in which in the second half, Mexico came into being, leading to frustration on the Orange. The Mexicans struck from a free-kick after an alleged infringement of the Devyne Rensch, however, the defender seemed a little wrong to do so.
“The rest,” I said to the players in the match, the details would have to be determined. The referee gave a free-kick. I thought about that, Rensh, just as the ball is played. But he did, and the player who shot it well,” said the head coach.
Youri Rule, missing the decisive penalty kick on behalf of Orange. (Photo: Getty Images)
‘Free-kick was truly unfair’
Calvin Raatsie picked up two Mexican penalties, including a failed panenka, but that didn’t work out. The keeper, the surprise to his head coach about it, given the free-kick where, at the end of the fruit.
“In my opinion, it was a mistake because it looked like a reasonable man-on-a-mansituatie. I think so, he has the ball in the way, and I thought it was quite funny that the referee’s are not at-risk (VAR) went up. It was quite a moment to score a goal out of it may come to pass, and that’s what happened, eventually.”
Raatsie in the decisive penalty shoot-out is still a hero to grow, but the flaws of Muhammad, Taabouni, Jayden Good, and the Government prevented that. The champions league will be a team-mate, nevertheless, nothing to be ashamed of either.
“We have been in training a lot on the penalty shoot-out practice, but there is a lot of pressure in the eye,” stated Raatsie. “It is different with the public, and a ticket to the final in the line of sight. No, you can’t work out. This really is a cunt, of course. We should all have to cry it out.”
The players are not yet able to go home, because on Sunday at 19: 00 waiting for the match for the third place. Therein, the Netherlands takes on France in the other semi-final, onderuitging against the host nation, Brazil. The final order between Mexico and Brazil.