Orange on report: none insufficient, highest grade for Berghuis

The Dutch team simply won against Poland on Thursday. The penultimate game in the Nations League group – and before the World Cup starts in Qatar – ended in a 0-2 win. VoetbalPrimeur draws up report.
Remko Pasveer – 6.5: The second oldest debutant in Orange history had a no-brain-the-eye evening in Warsaw. In fact, he only had to use his hands a few times… to perform. He did that well.
Jurriรซn Timber – 6.5: just like the rest of the rear guard, didnt get much to do. Then maybe more is expected when playing football. In that regard, it was not a very memorable evening for Timber.
Virgil van Dijk – 6.5: The captain of the Dutch team was good at everything, except for the chance for Arek Milik in the second half. Van Dijk arrived too late, but his immediate opponent missed miserably.
Nathan Akรฉ – 6.5: was tasked with playing Robert Lewandowski – arguably the best striker in the world – out of the game. That went well for Ake, although he did get a yellow card.
Denzel Dumfries – 7: One of the Orange positions about which there is no discussion at all is that of right-back. It is the merit of Dumfries, who got a good pass again and gave the assist with the first goal.
Daley Blind – 6.5: As is often the case, a ten with a granger on the ball, but it is defensive and remains vulnerable. On the way to the dream World Cup final, the discussions between the supporters and opponents will not go silent.
Teun Koopmeiners – x: the game was barely a minute old when Koopmeiners collided with Karol Linetty. He was treated for minutes, left the field by stretcher and was replaced by Berghuis. Hopefully it
s not that bad.
Frenkie de Jong – 6: Where Barcelona does not always work out due to all kinds of circumstances, De Jong often manages to leave his mark in the Orange shirt. It wasnt such a night in Warsaw. De Jong played it safe and was switched halfway.
Cody Gakpo – 7: Due to his goal – the 0-1 – Gakpo reached eight goals in his last seven games for club and country. It could be the prelude to a base place at the World Cup. But Gakpo also showed that it was not a natural number 10.
Steven Bergwijn – 6.5: Invisible in the first half, scoring in the second half. Bergwijn scores goals in the Dutch team and at Ajax as if it takes no effort and is undisputed towards the World Cup.
Memphis Depay – 6: played an important role in the beautiful Dutch goal. Then it became quiet around Memphis, which had to switch to muscle complaints after fifty minutes.
Invaders Steven Berghuis – 8: fell in for Koopmeiners after five minutes and was immediately razor-sharp despite a short warm-up. Berghuis was emphatically wanted by his teammates and always did something good with the ball.
Marten de Roon – 6: fell in halfway for De Jong and played to his ability, without excelling. It was only the third time that De Roon received playing time from Van Gaal.
Vincent Janssen – 7: fell in for Memphis after 51 minutes and proved his worth as a starting point not much later. The striker served Bergwijn, who made the 0-2. In this way, Janssen seems certain of participating in the World Cup.
Kenneth Taylor – x: fell in for Berghuis after 75 minutes and played too short for a review on his debut.
Wout Weghorst – x: fell in for Bergwijn after 75 minutes and played too short for an assessment.
National coach Louis van Gaal – 7: experimented with Pasveer below the bar and Gakpo number 10. Van Gaal was not wrong. In addition, his defense finally kept to zero. It will make the national coach a happy person.