Captain Hugo Lauris has announced that France would be "a bigger game" for the Netherlands at 8.45 pm on Friday to qualify for the semi-finals of the League of Nations.
"Is this a democracy really a goal for you?
Even though it is new, the League of Nations is a match. Of course, the best way to come back after the World Cup is not to do the decks. Of course, the goal is to try as you can to compete in the semi-final. Everything will continue tomorrow. We know what we are waiting for, a rival still runs in the race and will dispel a victory. We think a balance is enough.
Which game do you expect? To fight against the Netherlands to continue?
It is a very high level opponent. He continues to play two best games against Germany (3-0) and Belgium (1-1). As a young team and rebuilt, they have many advantages. Holland is a big football game. We must be responsible for suffering, we will be very strong. If we expect good results, we have to meet the needs of the highest level.
What comes from the first leg (2-1)?
I lived with another eye on the platform. It is a team that holds the ball (Frenki) with D Jung Seninal, who offers a beautiful future promise. We know all the leaders (Virgil) Van Dickk (Memphis) and Daphay. We feel a team that has a good deal of confidence and has recovered confidence. It is a powerful signal that defeats 3-0 against Germany. I will repeat tomorrow and will make a big match, which is expected to succeed. "
H. SS, Rotterdam