Benítez had to get used to the Netherlands: ‘Life as a whole is different’

In an interview with De Cceit, Walter Benítez looked back on his first months at PSV. The Argentine goalkeeper now feels at home, but had to get used to the Netherlands quite a bit at first.
Everything is completely different now, says Benítez, who compares the Netherlands to life in the south of France. Football is different, the language is different, the culture is different, life as a whole is different. But little by little, I get used to it. Im comfortable and thats the most important thing. I like the way I work at PSV, the training center is very nice and the stadium and supporters are great.
In his six seasons with Nice, Benítez regularly kept a zero. Something he only managed once this season in the game with RKC Waalwijk (1-0 win). In France, I managed to do that very often. Thats going to have to happen here again. I think we are working well together for that. Of course, its great to score goals, but its also important to keep it closed in the back.
The goalkeeper starts a very busy period with the game against Cambuur on Saturday. Until the World Cup in Qatar, the people of Eindhoven play a game almost every three days. It
s going to be two busy months and, of course, weve already had a very intensive period. But to be honest, I actually like playing so often. Were also physically strong enough to handle that, so I dont expect a problem.