Players report Jong Orange: ten imperfections after losing party in semifinals

After the stunt in the quarterfinal of the European Championships against Young France, Jong Oranje loses in the semi-final of Jong Germany. Football First distributes report figures after the switch-off.
Justin Bijlow โ€” 5: Bijlow did not look good at the first German hit: he misjudged the advance of Lukas Nmecha, making Florian Wirtz the Feyenoord goalkeeper in the short corner. In the rest of the duel, Bijlow did not make any major mistakes anymore, but he did not make any special rescues either.
Jordan Teze โ€” 5: Teze also had a negative share in the 0-1 of Young Germany: because the PSV was not properly positioned, Nmecha had all the time and space on the flank to reach the outstanding Wirtz. In the rest of the game, Teze didn‘t make a strong impression either. In the second half, he was lucky that Mergim Berisha easily escaped from his back hit the pole.
Perr Schuurs โ€” 6,5: Schuurs was in the rear of Jong Oranje the only fairly stable factor against Germany’
s peers. At the ball, the Ajax defender radiated rest, and without a ball he did not make big mistakes. Schuurs also made the connection hit for Jong Oranje, by working a ball falling from a corner well indoors.
Sven Botman โ€” 4: Botman was particularly mediocre against Young Germany. In the back sometimes he did well, but had no grip on Wirtz at all. Botman lost sight of the German talent at the opening hit and let the attacking midfielder play his second countergoal very easily. He was exchanged in the 77th minute.
Tyrell Malacia โ€” 5: Against Young France he was still one of the most outstanding players, but against the Germans Malacia was much less easy. In an offensive way, the left-back was barely present and defensively he did not leave an indelible impression either.
Calvin Stengs โ€” 4: Stengs fell through the ice: he simply lost the ball over and over again and became barely menacing. In the 22nd minute he put Kluivert face to face with goalkeeper Dahmen. That was, however, the only significant action by Stengs in the entire race. The outsider was also taken to the side in the 58th minute by trainer Van de Looi.
Abdou Harroui โ€” 4: He‘s aiming for a Sparta exit this summer, but then Harroui will have to be a lot better in this kind of competition. In the 39th minute, he gave a pass about two meters complete next to Teze, causing the ball to roll out of the field. Just before rest, Harroui suffered unnecessary loss of ball on the midfield, after which he almost grabbed his second yellow card during the changeover. These two moments were indicative of his performance against Jong Germany. Van de Looi decided to change Harroui in peace.
Dani de Wit โ€” 5,5: The ‘
draufgรคnger‘ was at the forefront of the battle, in which he committed a number of violations. Captain De Wit didn’t do many things wrong, but he didn‘t know how to make a difference for his team: the AZ midfielder hardly became dangerous.
Ferdi Kadioglu โ€” 4,5: He was very capricious against Young Germany. Kadioglu came to some reasonable dribbles, but also suffered a lot of ball loss. The midfielder of Fenerbahรงe tried several times to distinguish himself with beautiful tricks and delights, only those actions failed more often than they succeeded.
Myron Boadu โ€” 5,5: The big man of meeting Young France became hardly dangerous against Young Germany until the final stage. In the eightieth minute, however, Boadu came close to the German target, only Goalie Dahmen took the ball away from the feet of the AZ striker. Five minutes later, Boadu met target. However, that hit was rejected because of offside.
Justin Kluivert โ€” 5: In the 22nd minute, Kluivert killed a great opportunity for Jong Orange: he shot the ball right at goalkeeper Dahmen in a one-on-one situation. For the rest, the attacker was not featured much in the game of Jong Oranje.
InvallerSazor Matusiwa โ€” 6: With his defensive qualities in the second half, he brought more balance on the midfield at Jong Orange. Partly because of this Jong Orange was able to return to the competition. In a number of standard situations, Matusiwa was also in a promising position, but the controller did not manage to create a chance.
Javairรด Dilrosun – 5: Dilrosun fell in quite unobtrusive: he did not do any special things, but did not make many mistakes either. Dilrosun could not provide Jong Orange with the attacking impulse, which was necessary for a result in the second half. However, he had an important part in Boadu’
s rejected 2-2.
Kaj Sierhuis โ€” 5,5: Also Sierhuis could not make the difference for Jong Oranje as a substitute. The striker did not become dangerous in the twenty minutes he stood on the field. After his entrance, however, colleague Boadu got better in the competition.
Devyne Rensch โ€” X: Played too short for a review.
Trainer:Erwin of theLooi โ€” 5: In the first half Jong Oranje appeared very disorganized. The team also looked a lot less fit and fresh than Germany, which played an extension against Denmark‘s peers on Thursday. In the second half Jong Oranje appeared better, but a comeback stayed out.
(Nordin’
t Hart/Football scoop)