Robben: Netherlands Still Need Change

Robben: Netherlands Still Need Change

33-year-old midfield winger, Arjen Robben, judging that the Dutch national team still needs a change

Although the Netherlands won the score 2-0 over Sweden, Robben admitted to feel sad that his team did not qualify for the 2018 World Cup playoffs.

Even so the Bayern Munich winger thinks it is a lesson for the Dutch to be better in the future.

Robben has hopes the Netherlands can achieve success in other competitions including the 2022 World Cup.

Despite feeling sad Robben remain optimistic the Netherlands will be able to achieve success in various competitions.

After the match Robben said, “I personally certainly feel confident with the Netherlands.”

“In the 2018 World Cup competition later the Dutch have not been lucky. But I am still confident of success in various competitions. ”

“I certainly feel sad that the Netherlands failed in the 2018 World Cup. But I do not want this sadness to continue.”

“Of course, if the Netherlands wants to achieve success requires change. And I want to see the Netherlands win the World Cup trophy. “

Marcelo Diaz’s remarks after Chile’s defeat

Marcelo Diaz’s remarks after Chile’s defeat, Marcelo Diaz, deeply regrets the blunders so that the team were subdued from Germany by a score of 0-1 in the Confederations Cup final at St Petersburg’s Russia Stadium on Sunday (2/7/2017)  Agen Judi Online.

Diaz made a blunder in the 20th minute. Midfielder who worked at Celta Vigo is not perfect in control of the ball, so the skin round can be stolen Timo Werner.

Werner then created assists for Lars Stindl’s goal in the 20th minute.

“It’s hard to play after making a big mistake, maybe this is the worst mistake I’ve ever made in my football career,” said Marcelo Diaz while crying.

Chilean coach, Juan Antonio Pizzi, also realized that Diaz game dropped sharply after making a blunder. Pizzi finally pulled out Diaz in the 53rd minute and entered Leonardo Valencia.

Diaz hopes to take the positive side of his fatal mistake.

“We performed very well for 90 minutes, but unfortunately a personal error prevented us from earning a valuable title,” Diaz said.

“I am the only person who should be responsible for the German goal, I hope this can be a lesson,” Diaz said.

Despite being the culprit of Germany’s defeat, soccer players who helped Chile won the Copa America 2015 and 2016 have the support of the compatriot, Mauricio Pinilla.

“The error will not remove everything you’ve given to Chile,” Pinilla says.

Werner, who snatched the ball from Diaz, got the Golden Shoe. He became the player who most often contributed (5 goals) compared to other players in the 2017 Confederations Cup with details of three goals and two assists.