Schreuder praises himself lucky at Ajax: ‘Not expected he could shoot like that’

Steven Bergwijn was the big man at Ajax again on Saturday with two hits. Alfred Schreuder praises the 24-year-old attacker, who remains modest himself.
Ajax took over Bergwijn from Tottenham Hotspur for 31.25 million euros. In his first five Eredivisie matches, he already scored six times. “Of course, we are very happy that he plays at Ajax,” Schreuder responds at ESPN. “He‘s a great player, a great guy. He has a good drive. If you look at the quality of the finish, that is very high. I didn’t expect him to shoot so well.”
Mountain wine is particularly productive, but he says he is not busy with the top scorer title. “I just have to keep going like this,” states the Dutch international, who puts aside the suggestion at ESPN that he is actually too good for the Eredivisie. “I don‘t think I’m too good for this level. I can learn anywhere. But I‘m not surprised this is how it works. I’ve always had scoring ability, but if you don‘t play, you can’t show it either. In recent years, I have worked a lot on finishing. In England, I became stronger and learned to act faster.”