Scoring Zahavi comes from afar: ‘We have had doubts about that’

Eran Zahavi admits that he and his family had a hard time with the burglaries in his home. The Israeli striker would even have doubted his future in the Netherlands because his wife no longer felt safe.
Zahavi was in the base at PSV in the away game at Vitesse (0-5) and came to score. Afterwards, he was in front of ESPNs camera with a positive feeling. It was a difficult time, because Ive been out for three months anyway, and no one knew how long it would take me to get back. I didnt see the light at the end of the tunnel for a while, but now Im back there and Ive worked hard for that.
Not only did the injury have been difficult for the rush hour in recent months. At the end of last year, his home in Amsterdam was broken into for the second time. That was also difficult for us and I can say that we had doubts about what to do, Zahavi refers to a possible departure from the Netherlands. After that, we decided to focus on the positive things and so here I am again.