Vitesse attacker Oussama Tannane watched with mixed feelings the cheering of PSV midfielder Mohamed Ihattaren after his goal against Heracles Almelo. The Moroccan playmaker shows understanding for the emotional situation of Ihattaren, but does not think the way of expressing is completely necessary.
Nineteen-year-old Ihattaren scored the 3-0 of PSV in the home game against Heracles last Sunday with a brilliant goal and shouted in the camera: “No one will destroy me!” Tannane looks at the action of the midfielder with two faces. “I get it and I dont get it either. Look, you made a great goal. Then everyones gonna talk about you again. Then you dont have to say those things in front of the camera, thats a shame,” he says in conversation with ESPN.
Tannane also highlights the other side of the coin. “Hes been through a lot of things. Then he wants to have his emotion out to show it to people, when he doesnt have to show it to those people. Thats the beautiful thing, too,” says Tannane. “That sometimes you cant control your emotions.”
🗣️ Oussama Tannane can understand the action of Mohamed Ihattaren last weekend. “Hes been through a lot of things. He wants his emotion out.”
— ESPN NL (@ESPNnl) April 6, 2021