Ten Hag honest at Ajax: Dont really get it anymore, I need to delve into it

Ajax trainer Erik ten Hag believes that Willem II wasoutclassedin the Johan Cruijff Arena. The Amsterdammers won convincingly with 5-0. Ten Hag also addresses Ajax‘s clean sheets this season and Sรฉbastien Haller’s much-discussed offside goal.
โ€œWe outclassed the opponent,โ€ Ten Hag starts in front of ESPN‘s camera after the match against William II. โ€œThat’s good, we haven‘t given the opponent the feeling that there was something to get here. We quickly came to opportunities and goals. In the second half, you saw William II’s reaction: they all went back. We have to try to create even more opportunities, but that is not easy.โ€
In just two of the fifteen Eredivisie duels Ajax didn‘t know how to keep zero this season. Ten Hag, of course, is satisfied with that. โ€œWe play super offensive. If you give away so much space, it is incredibly handsome that you give away very few opportunities,โ€ says the Oldenzaler. โ€œIt’s just really good. What it has to do with? We are all attacking, but we are all defending as well. That should stay that way.โ€
In the first half, a hit from Haller was rejected for offside. That caused a lot of discussion and confusion. โ€œI don‘t really get it anymore,โ€ Ten Hag is honest. โ€œOn Spangen (at Sparta, ed.) we had the same situation with Ryan Gravenberch, who accidentally gave the ball to a Sparta player. Then everyone was on fire, because it was a very big opportunity for Sparta. Then it was just going on, but this is offside. We still have to check that carefully. Whether this goal was valid? I don’t know, I need to delve into it.โ€