Openda points to watch smiling: “Ill be on time tomorrow”

Loïs Openda came late for discussion prior to the Conference League game against Tottenham Hotspur and then had to start on the bench. That will never happen to him again, emphasizes the 21-year-old Belgian.
Openda keeps his left arm up in conversation with Omroep Gelderland smiling. Look, Im wearing my watch, Ill be on time tomorrow (Thursday, ed.), says Vitesses club top scorer. Last time, I was lying on the bed to take my rest and I didnt watch our program. But thats finished for me, I dont want to talk about that anymore.
With Openda as a substitute, Vitesse still made up for almost 3-0 backlog against Tottenham, but the Arnhemmers left London empty-handed and have to visit Stade Rennes on Thursday. We actually earned one point or maybe even more. But thats football, everything can happen.
Vitesse is third in the pool after four of the six Conference League rounds, four points from Stade Rennes and at one point from Spurs. Gate shutter NS Mura is coming to Arnhem in the final round of play.