Six Orange conclusions: erupted madness and tricky choice for De Boer

The Dutch team has already managed to place itself as a group winner for the eighth finals of the European Championships after two games. After the 3-2 win in Ukraine, Austria was also tied to the victorot on Thursday evening (2-0) and Football Primeur summarizes the match in six conclusions.
The battle for the top position is again completely open Donyell Malen or Wout Weghorst as an attack partner of Memphis Depay? National coach Frank de Boer held to Weghorst in the pre-European Championship races as well as during the races against Ukraine and Austria, but Malen proved to be much more dangerous than his competitor in rush hour in his attack of half an hour. The PSV attacker is faster, more agile and more targeted and will have put De Boer thinking with his share in Denzel Dumfriess 2-0.
De Lig is a lot further than Timber The discussion about whether or not drafting Jurriรซn Timber will be stupid. That has all to do with Stefan de Vrij
s good play, which we will come back to later, and the performance of Matthijs de Ligt. The Juventus stopper was fit again after an inguinal injury and took the spot of the Ajax member after he played a meritorious match against Ukraine. However, De Lgt was more than meritorious: with his experience at a top club and his intransigence, he adds a lot to the Orange.
De Boer is facing an awkward issue Orange is winner of pool C. That is a conclusion we can draw after two games and that also means that the last match against North Macedonia will no longer matter. The coach can then go two ways: whether he decides to give some players (or the whole team) rest, or he wants to keep the team in rhythm and makes few changes. There is something to say for both scenarios, but one wrong decision and the whole country will fall over De Boer. Were curious.

Orange-madness can erupt all the way. Book July 11 but stuck in the agenda, because the Netherlands will play the EC-final on that day! All the craziness on a stick, its not far that far, but after two victories and first place in the pool there is reason for optimism. The Dutch are a people of opportunism and confidence in the Orange will only have increased after the match against Austria. Whoever will come across the De Boers corps, the support of the Orange Legion will take more and greater forms.
De Vrij is the undisputed leader of defense Who needs Virgil van Dijk if you have Stefan de Vrij? The Internazionale stopper conceals the fact that the best central defender in the world cannot join the European Championships on behalf of the Netherlands this summer. De Vrij organizes and sets the defense as a true leader. In addition, he himself is very strong in his duels. The defense stood like a house and as long as the former Feyenoorder continues to do what he does, every opponent will struggle to score a goal against Orange.
s going to be looking at numbers three Now that we know that the Netherlands continues as a group winner, its looking at countries that are going to be one of the top four tracks three for the eighth finals. One of these countries will face Orange in Budapest. The system that the UEFA has devised to divide the numbers three into the eighth finals is quite complicated, but certainly it is that the Orange avoids the number three of the death pool (Germany or Portugal) if the number three of Group A does not continue.
(Guy Habets/soccer first)