Steven Berghuis played 89 minutes on Sunday evening with Oranje, which achieved a convincing 3-1 victory over Bosnia and Herzegovina. Despite this, the Feyenoord captain disappointed himself after he failed to make his first international goal.Berghuis made his international debut at the end of May 2016 and played twenty international since then. After Sunday, he remained at zero hits on behalf of Orange, despite a number of excellent opportunities against Bosnia and Herzegovina. “Those two opportunities after rest, they should have just sat down,” said the 28-year-old left-hand at the press conference afterwards. “Then Im just mad at myself.”
However, the absence of an international goal is not an obsession with Berghuis, he stressed. “Im not really looking for it. Im trying to contribute to the team: being creative, making goals like I do at my club,” said the top scorer of the previous Eredivisie season. “I will be in the position, but I am satisfied with that. Now its a matter of rounding.
⏳ Steven Berghuis tonight was eagerly looking for his first in Orange: I had two chances that should sit down, then Im just mad at myself.” pic.twitter.com/d6Q1fsXubs
— FOX Sports (@FOXSportsnl) November 15, 2020