Van Gaal opens up about his coaching position after leading the Orange Knights to the quarterfinals

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Louis van Gaal, manager of the Netherlands national team He opens up about his position as head coach after leading the team to the World Cup quarter-finals. with a penalty shoot-out defeat against Argentina last night

 Netherlands head coach Louis van Gaal has confirmed he will step down as manager after his side were eliminated from the World Cup last night. At the hands of Arjen Tina. The quarter-final between the two teams was full of drama after the Orange Knights came back from 2-0 down to make it 2-2 in injury time. But then they were beaten by a brilliant save by Amy Martinez in the deciding penalty shoot-out.

Van Gaal opens up about his coaching position after leading the Orange Knights to the quarterfinals

          After this game, it’s equal that Van Gaal still maintains his record. That is, not lost during the 20 matches in charge of the team as Holland’s third term. But insists that he will not continue this role. “First and foremost I will not continue to be the head coach of the Dutch team. Because I only do it in this moment ′ ′ I think I didn’t lose today. Except only in the penalty shootout ′′ I had a great time and yes. It’s incredibly painful to see us eliminated. Especially because I did everything to prevent this from happening.”

          On the side of Wut Weg Horst, the Holland national team striker. The Burnley forward, who is currently on loan at Turkish club Besiktas, broke into tears. After the defeat despite scoring two goals. Was a substitute in this game at the Lusail Stadium, where Van Gaal chose to use the services of Memphis Depay and Steven Bergwijn first. When the White Army took the lead 2 -0 from Nahuel Molina and Lionel Messi. The former Manchester United boss turned to his bench to find a way back into the UFABET game. 

   And Wakehorst didn’t disappoint him. When he came down to beat alone, 2 goals in the 83rd minute and 90 + 11 resulted in a tie at the last second, 2-2 requiring extra time. and it appears that there are no additional doors At the end of the match , the Netherlands drew 2-2 with Argentina, leading to another match to be won on penalties . Martinez led the Netherlands to a 4-3 loss to Argentina on penalties, sending Argentina through to the quarter-finals. 

          As soon as the final whistle blew, Wakehorst was no longer able to control his emotions. He burst into tears and was comforted by the Holland coaching staff. And now Wakehorst Going back to Besiktas The team who signed him on a temporary loan from Burnley in the Championship. The 30-year-old has now scored six goals in 14 appearances ahead of the World Cup, with Wakehorst making four appearances in all for the tournament. The quarter-final against Argentina was the longest, playing 42 minutes including extra time. previous appearance His breakthrough came as a short 20-minute appearance as a substitute against Ecuador, Qatar and the United States , bringing his international record to five goals in 19 appearances after making his debut. vs England in 2018