Dutch national team coach Bert van Marwijk said he was very satisfied with the national team due to the advanced technical level he played in Thursday's match against Indonesia at Al Maktoum stadium in Al Nasr club, which ended with the victory of the team five clean goals, noting that the team was very organized On the defensive side, pointing out that beside Ali Mabkhout, both striker Ahmed Khalil and playmaker Omar Abdul Rahman made the difference in the team by entering in the second half, pointing out that the team was in control of the stadium throughout the 90 minutes.
"All the players have fulfilled the tasks I asked them during the game and for me, I am very happy with the level of Mabkhout and also the performance of all the players," Marvik said at the press conference held at the Al Nasr press conference room in Dubai.
"The players were very disciplined on the pitch not only in terms of tactical performance but also towards the referee," Marvik said.
Marvik stressed that regardless of the circumstances of each match, they must get used to playing at a high level.
The coach pointed out that the game against Thailand next Tuesday will be different and that the team has already started to prepare for it.
"The team is full of youth, as 50% of the players are new," he said.
Marvik said the team could have scored five or six goals in the second half.