Rest had to “wake up “everyone: “Well, he walked right through it.”

Wim Kieft argues that Wout Weghorst has made everyone crazy, but Donyell Malen is better on the former Orange attacker. Although Kieft respects Weghorst, he does not find a place in the Orange base in place.
Its just really handsome to fight yourself in the basics for the European Championships from scratch. It doesnt look polished, but hes more mobile than Luuk de Jong, Kieft starts over the Wolfsburg striker in his column in De Cceit. The distance should not be too big, then he always crawls behind his husband at the right time and in scoring position. Thats a great quality of him and then you have to use Weghorst as a co-player.
Kieft can respect the way Weghorst has fled in the base. In advance, you might have thought that Weghorst with his presence could put his competitor Luuk de Jong on focus. Shake a little awake. Well, Weghorst has driven everyone crazy, walked through everything and thus captured the base place he had in mind. That deserves appreciation. Even though the triumphal journey after his goal against Georgia was somewhat exaggerated.
All this doesnt mean that Donyell Malen is a better striker for the Dutch team than Weghorst for me. As I think a 4-3-3 system is better for Orange than the 5-3-2 that coach Frank de Boer chooses. Especially in the group phase where the Netherlands plays three home games and has to make the game against less opponents like Ukraine, Austria and North Macedonia, says Kieft.