“Frustrating.” This is how Genk captain Bryan Heynen summed up his day after the draw at Cercle. And not just because the leaders lost points, but also because they were not selected for the Red Devils. “I can place it, but there is disappointment.”
“A lack of respect,” Genks “boss footballer” Dimitri de Condé said of his players Bryan Heynen and Mike Trésor not being selected for the Red Devils. After Limburg’s game on Cercle’s pitch, captain Heynen was naturally asked a question on the subject by rights holder Eleven. “It was a frustrating day: no call-up and missed points. I can place it, but there is disappointment. Of course I was hoping for that. It is said that playing in a top division is advantageous, but Belgium has three teams in the quarter-finals of European competitions. A reason to go? NO.”
“We played a very weak first half,” Heynen analyzed the game. “We were always late in the tackles and weren’t strong enough – that’s how they got into their game. If we had played the first half like the second I think we would have come off a lot better here. We didn’t have our day today, also technically. We usually make the difference with that, but the balls just didn’t come down well and we missed checks at important moments. But we just have to keep going because it’s going to be a while, no idea what the problem was.
Source : HLN