Rest pointed to ‘old’ images: ‘We want to see that lion, they said’

Wout Weghorst was on Sunday when he made his first international hit โ€” more than three years after his debut. The striker born in neighbouring Borne cheered like a lion in Enschede after his hit against Georgia: he did so on request, he said afterwards during the press conference.
This included the cheering of Weghorst. โ€œI hope it looked like a lionโ€, says the smiling striker, who already did this in March in a competition of VfL Wolfsburg, after he was not called up for Orange. The other internationals had also seen these images. โ€œThose guys here said at lunchtime, if you‘re going to score, I’d like to see that lion.โ€
During the rehearsal duels in the run-up to the European Championships, Weghorst formed a spider duo with Memphis Depay and describes the mutual cooperation as pleasant. โ€œWe are busy with each other a lot. I think we have a good feeling together and at least I can speak for myself. That feels nice.โ€

Wout Weghorst ๐Ÿค Memphis DepayI think we have a good feeling togetherโ€ pic.twitter.com/HXVSP9ORLP
โ€” ESPN NL (@ESPNnl) June 6, 2021