The forward came off the bench to assist and score, helping his team achieve a huge league victory on the road.
Nigerian forward Cyril Desses revealed that after the Eredivisie lost 4-0 to Feyenoord on Saturday, angry Eindhoven supporters poured beer on him and his jersey still smelled like alcohol.
Since Feyenoord was already leading 2-0 with the help of Jens Tornstra, he converted Marcus Pedersen’s assist before halftime, and then Luis Sinistra in Brian Linson’s serve was easily completed in the 71st minute, and the West African came off the bench in the 83rd minute.
Two minutes later, he scored the second goal for Tornstra, and then in stoppage time, Luis Sinisterra picked the 26-year-old in the danger zone, the attacker Seizing the opportunity to score his first goal, his name appeared on the score for the team.
PSV fans are dissatisfied with their team, and what follows is a big beer shower of angry supporters.
“My shirt still smells a bit like beer,” the attacker told ESPN with a smile. FR12.
“But that’s part of it. It makes this kind of game special, and that’s why it exists. For me, when you score yourself, it’s a good feeling.
“I want to play as much as possible, but we have a few good players and the coach is the boss.
“You have to seize a moment like today, and then you have to show something. I did it, but this is only the first game of the Eredivisie.”
The Belgium-born Nigeria international further admitted that the first half was difficult and continued to emphasize the importance of adhering to the instructions of coach Arn Slott.
“The first half was not easy. It went back and forth very well,” Dethers continued.
“In the second half, we maintained a good lead after the lead. After a while, you know that the space is getting bigger and bigger and you will get the chance. We finished them almost 100%, which is great.
“I think this is good and useful for the team. If you see our captain Toornstra put pressure on himself and run tens of meters every time, then I think it represents the way the team and the coach want to play. .”
After Saturday’s victory, Feyenoord ranked fifth in the standings with 9 points in four games, 4 points behind leader Ajax, who played more games.