Gravenberch responds to criticism Perez: They werent so good

Ryan Gravenberch is left with mixed feelings to his performance against PEC Zwolle. The Ajax midfielder recognizes, among other things, that his free kicks are prone to improvement.
โ€œIt could be better,โ€ Gravenberch tells ESPN about his game. โ€œIt didnt go super bad, but mixed feelings. I sometimes have to be a little quieter in the final phase, when I pass a pass or shoot target.โ€
The Amsterdammers couldn
t break pots in Zwolle despite the 0-2 success. โ€œYou saw at the end that a lot of boys of us were a bit broken. The first game after an international period is always a bit of getting used to.โ€ Moreover, Gravenberch did not have Davy Klaassen, but Steven Berghuis in front of him in the midfield. โ€œBut thats actually the same thing. I also know Berghuis from the Dutch team and I know his qualities.โ€
Gravenberch also addressed his pedaling technique. Kenneth Perez ruled in the studio that the midfielder โ€œhas no natural, good staircase.โ€ โ€œI still have to work on it,โ€ he says about his free-kick. โ€œI didn
t take a lot of them, but the ones I took were not very good. They can do better, Im still training on it.โ€
โ€œI train at about twice a week, when there
s time for it. We have a busy schedule and the trainer doesnt want to overload us, so sometimes we have to go in right now,โ€ says Gravenberch.