“I think its a shame that the Netherlands lost from the Czech Republic”

Pierre van Hooijdonk is not impressed by the Czech Republic‘s game in the quarterfinals of the European Championships. The Eastern Europeans, who took out Orange in the previous round, are looking at a 2-0 backlog against Denmark halfway.
I think it’
s a shame that the Netherlands has lost from the Czech Republic, says Van Hooijdonk as an analyst at DecceIT. The former striker is much better to talk about Denmark‘s performance, for which Thomas Delaney and Kasper Dolberg scored. The Danes are dynamic and fast in the changeover. Dolberg started the game, refined game.
Nordin Amrabat doesn’
t quite agree with Van Hooijdonk. It‘s easy to talk when you compare it to the Dutch team, but Denmark scores after five minutes, says the 34-year-old attacker, who has been transfer-free since this month. That changes the view of the Czech Republic, which normally plays very defensive. They lost it all because of that backlog. I think Denmark is going to score twice more.
Van Hooijdonk finds it easy to do with that defensive conception of play. The Czech Republic attacked the Orange too, right? Denzel Dumfries also gained opportunities for the Netherlands. We just weren’
t effective enough.