Virgil van Dijk is the Dutch national team on Thursday earned win in Northern Ireland (figure 3-1). The captain knew, though, that this would be the time in view of the fact that the Orange is in the final stage, another season was coming.
“I have to be honest, not gewanhoopt. It was a shame that we have such a goal, a hit to us, but it is amazing how we are able to react to it,” said Van Dyke, in a first reaction in front of the camera, from the bbc news.
“We continued to be patient. Of course it wasn’t all good and well, but we have to be ourselves or be rewarded for a second half in which we have placed in it. It wasn’t a fortune, but simply to deserve that.”
The netherlands seemed to be an hour and fifteen minutes before the time for the interview, but later on, a goal is scored by Josh Magennis, but is saved and then run for your life thanks to the first match, Memphis Depay, and after that goal in injury time from substitute Luuk de Jong and, once again, Memphis.
“I have tried the 0 to 1 everybody quiet, and at the same time, riled up, so they were going to. The nerves were there, at that moment, to be able to crawl it, but that didn’t happen, and that’s why this win was earned.”
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“We will never give in’
Van Dyke didn’t have too much longer to dwell on the weaknesses of the first half, in which the Netherlands does not have a few of the serious risk it created, because there are a lot of low-ball tempo was in effect.
“We were in the first half, and the courage to show you, through the wall-to-play, but it was indeed too slow. It was in the second half the better and make your life a lot easier.”
“We will never give up. We have the quality and the speed of the front to the opponents of the piece is to play it. They can at any given time, no more traveling. It wasn’t our best game, but it’s going to take the three points, and we raked.”
The netherlands took the victory as a significant step on the way to the european CHAMPIONSHIPS next year. The team of the coach Ronald Koeman is in the lead in group C with twelve points from five matches, followed by Germany (twelve to five), and Ireland (twelve to six).
Koeman happy to find out that the Orange are up against the “hard” Northern Ireland