Stijn Stijnen understands De Bruyne: “Most disturbing match ever of this generation”

Stijn Stijnen understands De Bruyne: “Most disturbing match ever of this generation”
Stijn Stijnen understands De Bruyne: “Most disturbing match ever of this generation”

Kevin De Bruyne did not celebrate after the 1-0, but towards national coach Roberto Martinez. Toby Alderweireld also joins the discussion.

The two Red Devils seemed to clash, with Martinez mainly trying to appease Toby Alderweireld. In retrospect, it was not discussed in detail, but the question is whether the incident has been completely over with that.

“That was the release of a player who feels that the team is completely out of control. frustration. Emotion,” says Stijn Stijnen to Het Nieuwsblad. “Ironically enough just after a deep ball does result in a goal. De Bruyne indicates what the problem is, Alderweireld may feel a bit attacked and this creates an adrenaline-driven reaction.”

According to Stijnen, those reactions are understandable. “This was the most disturbing game ever of this generation. Belgium was outplayed by Canada, Tielemans and Witsel were overrun. De Bruyne was so frustrated that he didn’t see Tielemans on that one counter-attack, a textbook example of a pass that Kevin always gives well. That was shocking to see.”

The article is in Dutch

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