AMSTERDAM – Coach Ronald Koeman was particularly pleased with the second half of the win some players (2-1) with Peru.
“When we played the way we wanted. With lots of pressure and possession of the ball,” he said. “For the 1-1 we got all odds and ultimately win, we earned it.”
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Orange went on to play better with the invaders Frenkie de Jong and Davy Pröpper, that in the rest Georginio Wijnaldum and Kevin Strootman replaced. “In the first half, we knew Sneijder and Molder not to reach”, saw Koeman. “In the second half we were patient and managed.”
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Koeman left his team alternately with three and four defenders play. “That took some getting used to. That takes time,” reassured the coach that Sunday with his team on world champion France in the Nations League encounter. “In the first half was sloppy and not good. But ultimately I am satisfied.”
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Photos – took Wesley Sneijder farewell of Orange