Schreuder doesnt get nervous

Ajax trainer Alfred Schreuder isn‘t worried yet after the tie against Go Ahead Eagles (1-1). The Amsterdammers failed to take over the leading position in the Eredivisie from AZ.
Schreuder chose basic debutants Florian Grillitsch and Lucas Ocampos, among others, but does not blame himself. I think if I look at the setup, I would do it again. When you watch the game, you just have to win. It wasn’
t a good game, but the 2-0 was about to arrive before 1-1. I didn‘t feel like Go Ahead was insisting, says the Ajax coach at ESPN.
Schreuder does admit that Ajax did not play very well before the break. The spaces were small and things were rough in the front. It was too static, with too little creativity to beat the opponent apart. We did make it broad, but in the final phase, we sometimes played the ball too short instead of an early cross, for example. Defensively, I didn’
t think anything was wrong, but offensively, we didn‘t have enough variation and solutions.
The Ajax trainer remains calm, although his team lost points before the third game in a row. Why do I have to be nervous? I’
m analyzing this match. It was not at all in this match that it would be 1-1. In the second half, we got plenty of opportunities to make the 2-0, we just forget that. I agree it wasn‘t a good game, but we should have made the 2-0. I think we should play better, that’s clear.
Ajax will have to repack quickly. On Tuesday, the Champions League match against Napoli awaits.