After his winning goal at the Castle last weekend, Cyriel Dessers also became the celebrated man at Feyenoord in Berlin. When the Union goalkeeper slipped, the Belgian substitute was in the right place to make it 1-2.
“It’s been a great week. Making the winning two times in a few times and in such an important game”, Dessers started with a big smile on his analysis in Berlin, where heavy rain had not made it any easier for the players . In the end it was the Belgian who took full advantage when Union goalie Andreas Luthe slipped away.
“Everyone saw that the conditions were extreme. You know you have to put pressure when the ball goes back to the keeper. It worked out well and luckily the ball ended up with me. Although I thought I missed it because I also slipped with to shoot.”
From anti-hero to superhero
Desser came over from Genk on a rental basis last summer, he could not yet impress in South Rotterdam, but that seems to be gradually changing. “One week you are the anti-hero and the next week you are the hero. That’s what makes rush hour so beautiful, you can also quickly get out of the pit. We can now control it ourselves, but we also have to “I’ve only been here for two months and I’ve already had some great moments, both individually and with the team. But I’m not satisfied with this yet. The team is very hungry and ambitious, we’re in good shape.”
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