Two Orange-inadequate

Louis van Gaal equated 1-1 against Norway at his Orange reward. The Dutch team does not really do good business in the World Cup qualification. Football Primeur handing out report figures after the game.
Justin Bijlow โ€” 7: The debutant was thrown in front of the lions against Norway by Van Gaal. However, Bijlow was more than just fine and played an almost flawless match. In the fifteenth minute he was even distinguished by getting good and trying to turn Erling Haaland. At some moments, Bijlow was looking a little nervous about the ball.
Jurriรซn Timber โ€” 5.5: Timber was very active against Norway. This also caused the home team to get dangerous several times from the counter. Timber was too sloppy at the ball, which prevented him from becoming dangerous or ball loss.
Stefan de Vrij โ€” 5: At last summers European Championship, Internazionales stopper was one of the stars in Orange. However, Norway was less easy to deal with him. At certain times, the coordination with Van Dijk was not quite good, which allowed Norway to create a number of opportunities. In the 1-0 of Haaland, De Vrij ceased the battle very easily. The 29-year-old defender had a hard time with the striker of Borussia Dortmund anyway, although this is also due to the quality of the latter.
Virgil van Dijk โ€” 7: As mentioned, the collaboration with De Vrij was not completely flawless. Van Dijk made a solid impression for the rest, by defusing Norways dangerous moments and prevailing in the air.
Daley Blind โ€” 5.5: Blind, like Ajax teammate Timber, was very high on the field against Norway. The third captain of Orange made his team mates quite a few times, but was also sloppy. Blind took yellow in the eighteenth minute by defusing a counter, causing him to miss the match against Montenegro.
Frenkie de Jong โ€” 6.5: The midfielder of FC Barcelona, as we are used to from him, was a lot at the ball. He conducted the structure of Orange. De Jong had a number of hot flashes, but sometimes played the ball wide when it wasn
t necessary.
Georginio Wijnaldum โ€” 7: Wijnaldum was both offensive and defensive: he made good interceptions high on the midfield and often made the right choice at the ball. With a tight cross, Wijnaldum also played an important role in the 1-1, but in the second half the player of Paris Saint-Germain was less likely to show.
Davy Klaassen โ€” 7: Klaassen wasnt the most striking player in Orange, yet he played a good match. Many passes he gave and actions he made were successful. Klaassen became dangerous to the goal several times and was even responsible for the 1-1 by being in the right place.
Steven Berghuis โ€” 4,5: Although the Ajax attacker gave a very nice pass prior to 1-1, he didn
t stand out against Norway. Almost all Berghuiss passing movements failed, while he also dropped stitches defensively. He was a little better in the fit, but it wasnt enough what the left leg showed. Van Gaal changed Berghuis at rest.
Memphis Depay โ€” 5.5: He started the game well with strong dribbles and passes, but then Memphis played increasingly unhappy. In the first half he blocked a header of fellow player Gakpo and wasted the ball unnecessarily several times. The Barรงa attacker did get dangerous a few times, but didnt score.
Cody Gakpo โ€” 6: The PSV attacker did well in most of the game, yet Gakpo scores only a sip enough and that has to a large extent to do with his role at the 1-0. After a corner he walked very slowly away from the sixteen, making him complete offside play. lifted. Haaland was then able to score.
Invaders Donyell Malen โ€” 6: The acquisition of Dortmund performed his defensive work, unlike Berghuis, very well. At the ball, Malen could not completely leave its mark.
Denzel Dumfries – X: He came to the field for Timber in injury time and got the chance to win the equalizer. He was just too short for a review.
BondcoachLouis van Gaal โ€” 6: The new coach had the Oranje switch back to the classic 4-3-3. The Netherlands did not play bad at times, although the team had a hard time with the counters of Norway. This was mainly because the backs, probably under Van Gaal
s instruction, were very high on the field. That is a point the Amsterdammer should pay attention to. All in all, a draw is a justified result, but the Orange shouldnt settle for that.