Brobbey continues to give everything for Ajax, Klaassen found a penalty kick ‘appropriate’ | Football

sport“>The attacker had been much discussed in recent times, as he did not renew his expiring contract. Yet Erik ten Hag has no problems bringing him in and that trust rewarded Brobbey. “This is what I have to do, score”, said the match winner afterwards. “If I get in, I want to score. Of course I want to give everything for Ajax. It was a bit the same as against Willem II, I am very happy. As long as I wear the Ajax shirt, I will give everything. ”

sport“>“If we need Brobbey he will play. That’s how it works, ”says trainer Ten Hag about his super sub. “It is great that he makes the winning goal as a substitute. Just as it is great that the one who makes the mistake with the 1-0 (Nicolas Tagliafico, ed.) Drags out the penalty. There is so much fighting spirit in our dressing room. The boys never give up. They have proven that so many times. And now again. The best part is that it turns out to be a victory. I don’t have to explain how important that is. ”

sport“>The trainer remains on his guard. “We are not there yet and we will have to play so well again next week. But this is of course a great result in view of the next round. ”

sport“>According to Klaassen it was a very justified victory. „We give away a goal, but otherwise really nothing at all. We were then helped a bit by the penalty. That was perhaps a bit easy, but the referee whistled for everything, so it suited his style. ”

sport“>Thus, the midfielder looks forward to the return with confidence. “We will not sit back, but I think they will come more. I’m not surprised that they played so defensively today. I know that’s how they play. Then it is up to us not to fall for those tricks. We did that very well. ”

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Ten Hag: There is a lot of fighting spirit in Ajax’s dressing room

sport“>Erik ten Hag was a proud trainer after Ajax’s victory over Lille in the sixteenth finals of the Europa League (1-2). “There is so much fighting spirit in our dressing room,” he said. “The boys never give up. They have proven that so many times. And now again. ”

sport“>Ajax faced a 1-0 deficit in the 87th minute, due to a huge blunder by Nicolás Tagliafico who played the ball back too softly on goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg. „But then it is so nice that in the 87th minute Nico decorates that penalty kick that Tadic uses. I was already satisfied with a score of 1-1, but then Brobbey also scores. We are not there yet and will have to play so well again next week. But this is of course a great result in view of the eighth final. ”

sport“>Ten Hag already wanted to bring Brobbey to a tie. “0-0 is not such a good result and I really wanted to win”, he said. “In my opinion we were the better team. And that is great when you play against the leader of France. We didn’t actually give away a chance, except that goal. That was the only negligence on our part. That’s great when you play an away match against the leader of France. ”

sport“>The coach of Ajax says almost every week that he has much more than eleven basic players. “But everyone has seen that now,” said the coach who could not rely on Sébastien Haller, André Onana, Ryan Gravenberch and Noussair Mazraoui in the north of France. “But all replacements have done well,” said Ten Hag, who acknowledged that it is becoming increasingly difficult to pass Lisandro Martínez. “We play a lot of matches and always have to make choices. But he was fantastic. ”

sport“>”But I am also very happy that a boy like Neres is coming again,” said Ten Hag. “He is not there yet, but I did occasionally see the glimpses of the Neres before his injuries. Idrissi is also coming. We have worked hard for this, but I think we are in very good shape with Ajax. ”

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