Milling is bummed: Were human beings, not robots. Not everything is fine, but youre a pro.

Donyell Malen scored twice against ADO Den Haag, but it wasn‘t enough for the victory. The striker of PSV is really bummed, especially because he had chances for more.

โ€œAt times we played well, but we don’t buy anything for thatโ€, sombert Malen for the camera of ESPN. The Orange-International attacked Martin Fraisl‘s goal thirteen times. โ€œI hit the bar twice. One time I shot in the short corner, where I should have shot in the far corner. The goalkeeper grabbed them well, but I did have some chances.โ€
โ€œAs an attacker, it is important that you are looking for a goal,โ€ continues Malen. โ€œThat felt good, but I’
d rather I shoot less, but let them go in.โ€ PSV was halfway through even 1-0 behind because of the many missed opportunities. โ€œIt was an unnecessary goal, but that could happen. We responded well to that. We‘re getting a good head start, but after that, everything’s against. Then you play right, because unfortunately they score in the last minute.โ€
PSV sees the title further out of sight, after Ajax midweeks was already too strong in the KNVB Cup. โ€œIt‘s not a good weekโ€, underlines Malen, who, nevertheless, does not worry too much. โ€œI think we’re a good group. We are honest with each other and to our achievements.โ€
Over the past few weeks it has been a lot about the choices, and especially the switches, of trainer Roger Schmidt. โ€œYou‘re a top club, that’s part of it,โ€ says Malen. โ€œWe‘re human beings, not robots. Not everything is fine, but this is professional football. As a group, we need to be close now. Thursday we’ll start again.โ€