Dutch Junior defeats Belgiums peers, Brobbey issues business card

The Dutch Junior won 1-2 against Young Belgium on Friday. Brian Brobbey, who joins the big Orange with Ryan Gravenberch, was the big man in coach Erwin van de Loois team with two hits.
With debutant Xavi Simons in the base, the Dutch Junior started the game vigorously. After only fifteen minutes of playing, it was a hit. Brobbey, who was well served by Jurgen Ekkelenkamp, hit the mark after a clever individual action.
The 0-2 was also of great beauty. After a flashy combination, the ball ended up at left-back Mitchell Bakker. Bayer Leverkusen
s defender gave a perfect advantage over the Ajax striker, who in turn headed the ball in flawlessly. Young Belgium, where PSVer Yorbe Vertessen, among others, was based, had little to crumble in milk.
Brobbey was pulled to the side in the 61st minute. A switch that had already been discussed beforehand. Before the start of the game, Van de Looi gave the striker not to let the striker play a whole game. This is due to the fact that, together with Gravenberch, he will join Louis van Gaal
s selection, to replace the injured Memphis Depay and Teun Koopmeiners.
The second half was less spectacular. Young Belgium came to 1-2 in the 73rd minute, but that hit came too late. The Dutch Junior can now focus on next Tuesday. Then Romanias peers are the opponent. The kick-off of that game is at 17:00.