Leandro Trossard came in a little after the hour against Wales. The wing attacker of Brighton & Hove Albion showed a lot of decisiveness in the attack. He spoke about his role with the Red Devils.
Trossard has clearly risen in the pecking order with the Red Devils. The ex-player of KRC Genk is beckoning more and more for a base place and at sporza he explained more about his playing opportunities. “Of course I hope to play more against the Netherlands, but the competition is fierce. It is up to the coach to decide that. Eden (Hazard, ed.) and Kevin (De Bruyne, ed.) are very good players and they already meant a lot for the country, it’s up to me to show that I can also be an added value for the team in those positions,” said Trossard.
“Has my status changed? Yes, I am now a first substitute faster. That’s nice. Hopefully I can get many more minutes. How do we feel about going to the World Cup? We are really looking forward to it, but it is two more months. Hopefully we can beat the Netherlands on Sunday and then hopefully we can leave for Qatar with a good feeling,” says the Limburger.
Trossard seems to be a certainty in the 26-man selection that can go to the World Cup in Qatar in November. The wing player seems to have gradually surpassed Dries Mertens in the ranking.
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